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CALENDAR 1954 



JANUARY 



S M 1 W T F S 



10 
17 



12 



242526272829 
31 



13 



192021 



1 

1415 



2 
9, 
16 
2223 



30 



APRIL 



4 
H 

18 



192021 



25262728 



1 

8 
15 
22 



2 
9 
16 
23 



2930 



3 

10 
17 
24 



JULY 



4 

11 

18 



192021 



2526272829 



1 

8 
15 
22 



2 

9 
16 
23 



3 

10 
17 
24 
3031 



OCTOBER 



3 

10 
17 



192021 



24252627282930 
31 



2 
9 
16 
2223 



FEBRUARY 



S M T W T F S 



1 

U\l5 



21 

28 



22 



2: 

9 
16 
23 



ion 



17 



18 



2425 



13 
1920 
2627 



MAY 



2 
9 
16 
23 



3031 



2425 



192021 



26272829 



1 

8 
15 
22 



AUGUST 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 
9 
16 

23 



3 

10 
17 



3031 



2425262728 



2021 



7 

14 



NOVEMBER 



7 
14 
21 
282930 



2 
9 
16 
23 



2425 



6 
13 
20 



2627 



MARCH 



S M T W T F S 



7 

14 



2122 



17 

2 

28293031 



101 



s 

lTl2 



16 

2324252627 



18 



6 
13 

1912Q; 



JUNE 



6 
13 



2021 
27282930 



2 
9 
16 
23 



2425 



.5 
12 

19 
26 



SEPTEMBER 



5 

12 



1920 



262728 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 
9 
16 
23 
30 



4 
11 

18 



2425 



DECEMBER 



5 

12 



192021 



262728293031 



2 
9 
16 
23 



4 
11 
18 



2425 



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The 
BUSINESS 
YEAR BOOK 

A Personal Chronicle 
For One Year 



1954 



(Revised at time of going to press.) 



Domestic mail matter includes matter de- 
posited in the mails for local delivery or for 
transmission from one place tc another within 
the United States, or to, or from, or between 
the possessions of the U. S. and is divided into 
four classes 

First Class includes all letters and sealed 
parcels, except parcels sealed under special per- 
mission (with approved label). It also includes 
any open letter or parcel which contains writing 
except that there may be included in parcels 
a single invoice and still retain 4th class rates.) 
Typewritten work and carbon copies are first 
class matter. 

First class mail may be registered or sent 
C. O. D. but cannot be insured. 

Letters and other first-class matter as de- 
scribed above, 3c for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

Drop Letters mailed for delivery at the ofHce 
where deposited and where carrier delivery 
service has not been established, 2c for each 
ounce or fraction thereof. 

Postal Card, Private Mailing or Post 
Cards within government size limits, written or 
printed, (get ruling on over and under sizes) 
2c each. 

SECOND CLASS (transient). Complete 
copies of newspapers or periodicals, entered at 
Post OfEce as second class matter, when mailed 
by other than publishers, regardless of weight 
or distance. 2 cents for first 2 ez. and 1 cent for 
each additional 2 oz. or parcel post rate if 
cheaper. 

Second class matter may be registered but 
cannot be insured or sent C. O. D. 

THIRD CLASS includes circulars, and other 
matter wholly in print, (except second class 
publications), proof _ sheets, corrected proof 
sheets and manuscript accompanying same, 
merchandise (including farm and factory prod- 
ucts) and all other mailable matter not in- 
cluded in the first, or second classes. Weight 
limit of this class: 8 ounces, 2c for first 2 oz., Ic 
for each additional ounce. Over 8 ounces the 
fourth class (Parcel Post) rates apply. 

Exception: Books, catalogs, seeds, bulbs, 
roots, cuttings, scions and plants (up to 8 ozs.). 
Reduced rates on bulk mailings, upon approved 
application and payment of 310.00 Bulk Mail- 
ing Fee. (Section 34.66 P. L. & R.) 

Exception: 2 cents for first 2 oz. and IJ^ 
cents for each additional 2 oz. 

Third class matter may be registered or in- 
sured or sent C. O. D. 

For registry rates apply to your postmaster. 

Restricted delivery on registered or insured 
articles, if desired, 20c additional. 

RETURN RECEIPTS requested at time of 
mailing 7 cents, after mailing 15 cents, at time 
of mailing showing address where delivered 
31 cents. Return receipts shall not be obtained 
for parcels insured at the minimum fee of 5 cts. 



FOURTH CLASS (Parcel Post) must weigh 
in excess of eight ounces: includes books, circu- 
lars and other matter wholly in print, proof 
sheets, corrected proof sheets and manuscript 
copy accompanying same, merchandise (includ- 
ing farm and factory products), and all other 
mailable matter not included in the 1st, 2nd and 
3rd classes. For size and weight limitations 
see your postmaster. 

Parcels containing fourth-class matter (par- 
cel post) are mailable only at post offices, branch 
post offices and lettered, named or numbered 
stations. 

Parcels must bear the return card of the 
sender otherwise they will not be accepted for 
mailing. 

Fourth-class matter may be insured or sent 
C. O. D. up to a maximum of 3200 (per parcel). 

INSURANCE RATES: 3rd and 4th Class 
Mail 



From 3 .01 to 3 5.00 30.05 

From 3 5.01 to 3 10.00 10 

From 3 10.01 to 3 25.00 15 

From 3 25.01 to 3 50.00 20 

From 3 50.01 to 3100.00 30 

From 3100.01 to 3200.00 35 



Restricted delivery, if desired, 20c additional. 

RETURN RECEIPTS requested at time of 
mailing 7 cents; after mailing 15 cents; at time 
of mailing showing address where delivered, 31 
cents. 

Return receipts shall not be obtained for par- 
cels insured at the minimum fee of 5c. 

C. O. D. RATES; 3rd or 4th Class Mail 



From 3 .01 to 3 5.00 30.30 

From $ 5.01 to 3 10.00 40 

From 3 10.01 to 3 25.00 60 

From 3 25.01 to 3 50.00 70 

From 3 50.01 to 3100.00 80 

From 3100.01 to 3150.00 90 

From 3150.01 to 3200.00 1.00 



^he sender of a C. O. D. article will not be 
notified of non-delivery unless the article is en- 
dorsed to show that a notice is desired. A fee of 
5c is collected for such notice. 

Restricted delivery, if desired, 20c additional. 

1st class C. O. D. articles may be registered 
in addition for combination rates as follows: 



Amount of C. O. D. charges C. O. D. fee 

and limits of indemnity (including 
payable up to 3200.00 registration) 

Not over 310.00 30.80 

From 3 10.01 to 350 1.10 

From 3 50.01 to 3100 1.20 

From 3100.01 to 3200 1.40 



It should be borne in mind that, in no case, 
can the collections on any C. O. D. article ex- 
ceed 3200; however, indemnity protection 
(against loss, rifling, or damage) in excess of 
3200, can be procured by the prepayment of 
combination C. G. D. Registry fees (in addition 
to regular 1st class postage, etc.) as follows: 
3200 to 3300. . .31.50 3600 to 3700. . .31.90 
3300 to 3400 . . . 1.60 3700 to 3S00 . . . 2.00 
3400 to 3500 .. . 1.70 3800 to 31000. . 2.10 
3500 to 3600. . . 1.80 



PREFERRED SERVICE FEATURE 



Special Delivery (First Class 
Mail ONLY) 

Special Delivery (2nd, 3rd 
and 4th Class Mail). Ex- 
peditious dispatch trans- 
portation same as first 
class mail, INCLUD- 
ING I MM EDI AT ED 
LIVERY after arrival at 
post office address 

Special Handling (Fourth 
Class Mail only) Expedi- 
tious dispatch transpor- 
tation and delivery same 
as first class, but DOES 
NOT include Special De- 
livery 



Fees in addition 
to regular 
Postage 



Up to 2 to Over 
2 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 



20c 



35c 



15c 



35c 



45c 



20c 



50c 



60c 



25c 



Mark envelope or wrappers "Special Deliv- 
ery" or "Special Handling," as the case may be 
and add below an inscription to indicate the 
fee paid for the special service, in this manner: 
"Fee Paid cents." 

Use distinctive "Special Delivery" or "Spec- 
al Handling" stamps if obtainable. 

AIR MAIL — (Domestic) limit 8 ounces. 6 
cents per oz. or fraction, including all U. S. pos- 
sessions, A.P.O.'s, F.P.O.s, Canada and Mexico. 

An air rate of 4 cents each is applicable to 
postal cards, private mailing or post cards con- 
forming to the conditions prescribed by the 
Postal Laws and Regulations. 

Air mail weighing more than 8 ounces is 
subject to the zone rates and conditions pre- 
scribed for Air Parcel Post Service. 

Weight limit 70 lbs. 

To the Armed Forces overseas the rate of 
postage is 6c for each ounce or fraction thereof 
op to and including 8 ounces. The rate of 80c 
for the first pound (over 8 oz. to 1 pound) and 
80c for each additional pound or fraction there- 
of shall apply. Limit of weight 2 pounds. Size 
limit 30 inches in length and girth combined. 

This figure includes all transf>ortation to and 
from the various routes which now reach direct- 
ly or indirectly, most of the important cities in 
the country. 

Although Air Mail is used mainly for letters, 
any mailable matter up to 70 pounds in weight 
and not exceeding 100 inches in length and 
girth combined, may be carried (excepting such 
articles as are subject to damage by freezing). 

In order that air mail may be quickly recog- 
nized and identified, the P. O. Department 
urges the use of distinctive Air Mail stamps, 
and distinctive Air Mail envelopes (with hori- 
zontal red, white and blue stripes or alternate 
red, white and blue parallelogram borders) or 
similarly striped labels. 

If ordinary envelopes are used, it is recom- 
mended that two horizontal blue lines be drawn 
across the envelope, about IH inch from the 
top. Envelop>e« must be prominently marked 
"VIA AIR MAIL"; parcels, may be sent as 
Insured or C. O. D. if otherwise conforming to 
third or fourth class requirements. 

All Air Mail may be registered. 



FOREIGN MAIL MATTER 
LETTER AND CARD POSTAGE 

LETTERS: 3 cents per ounce or fractioa 
thereof. POST CARDS: Single 2 cents; doubk 
4 cents to the following U. S. Possessions: 

Alaska, Canal Zone, Guam (U. S. Samoa), 
Hawaii, Territory of Manua (U. S. Samoa), 
Porto Rico, Samoa, U.S. St. Croix, St. Thomas, 
Tutuila (U. S. Samoa), Virgin Islands,. U. S. 

LETTERS: 3 cents per ounce, or fraction 
thereof. POST CARDS: Single 2 cents, double 

4 centa to the following: 

Alhucemas Isl., Andonxa, Argentina, Bal- 
earic Islands, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Canary 
Islands, Ceuta, Chafarinas or Zafarani Isl., 
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican 
Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, 
Haiti, Honduras, Rep. of Labrador, Melilla, 
Mexico, Morocco (Spanish Zone), Newfound- 
land, Nicaragua, Panama, Rep. of Paraguay, 
Penon De Velez, De La Gomera, Peru, Phillip- 
pines, Rio de Oro, Salvador, El, Spain and 
certain Spanish possessions, Spanish Guinea, 
Tangier, Uruguay, Venezuela, Zafrina Islands. 

LETTERS: 5 cents first ounce or fraction 
thereof, 3 cents each additional ounce or frac- 
tion thereof. POST CARDS: Single 3 cent* 
double 6 cents, to all countries not listed above, 

(Note: Picture and souvenir post cards, with- 
out a message other than a greeting of not more 
than 5 words, may be sent at the printed matter 
rate of l^c for each 2 ounces in the foreign 
mails). 

Registration: Applicable, if desired, to all 
letters and articles in the regular mails to all 
foreign countries (parcel post regulations re- 
stricted in some instances). 

Intemational (Foreign) Parcel Post — 

(See your Postmaster). 

Special Delivery: Fee 20 cents in addition to 
full regular postage to the following countries: 
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas. Bel- 
gium, Brazil, British Guiana, British Honduras, 
(Belize only) Chile, China, Corsica, Costa Rica, 
Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Cyprus, Denmark, 
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethi- 
opia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, 
Gold Coast Colony, Great Britain, Guatemala, 
Honduras, Rep. of, Hungary, ^Ireland.JIsrael, 
India, Japan, Italy, Kenya and Uganda, Lux- 
emburg, Mexico, Morocco (Spanish), The 
Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Nyas- 
aland. Protectorate, Panama, Philippines, Po- 
land, Portugal, St. Pierre and Miquelon, Salva- 
dor, EL, Somalia, Sweden, Switzerland, Tan- 
ganyika Territory, Jordan (Hashimite King- 
dom), and Union of South Africa, Yugoslavia. 
The (French) word "EXPRES" should be 
boldly marked in red ink directly below (but 
never on) the stamp. Special Delivery may 
also be applied to Canada and Newfoundland 
(including Labrador). (Certain places) but it is 
permitted only on letters, whereas to the other 
foreign countries mentioned above, it may be 
used on all regular mails, excepting parcel post. 
Special Delivery fees on Canada up to 2 lbs. 
20 cents, over 2 lbs. up to 19 lbs. 35 cents, over 
10 lbs. SO cents. 

Air Mail: For rates consult your postmaster. 



Enbk nf Saga Mttmttn Emn Satw 

A TABLE OF THE NUMBER OF DAYS BETWEEN ANY TWO DAYS WITHIN TWO YEARS 



Day Mo. 


1 Jan. 


1 Feb. 


Mar. 


April 


1 May 


1 


1 


32 


60 


91 


121 


2 


2 


33 


61 


92 


122 


3 


3 


34 


62 


93 


123 


4 


4 


35 


63 


94 


124 


5 


5 


36 


64 


95 


125 


6 


6 


37 


65 


96 


126 


7 


7 


38 


66 


97 


127 


8 


8 


39 


67 


98 


128 


9 


9 


40 


68 


99 


129 


10 


10 


41 


69 


100 


130 


11 


11 


42 


70 


101 


131 


12 


12 


43 


71 


102 


132 


13 


13 


44 


72 


103 


133 


14 


14 


45 


73 


104 


134 


15 


15 


46 


74 


105 


135 


16 


16 


47 


75 


106 


136 


17 


17 


48 


76 


107 


137 


18 


18 


49 


77 


108 


138 


19 


19 


50 


78 


109 


139 


20 


20 


51 


79 


110 


140 


21 


21 


52 


80 


111 


141 


22 


22 


53 


81 


112 


142 


23 


23 


54 


82 


113 


143 


24 


24 


55 


83 


114 


144 


25 


25 


56 


84 


115 


145 


26 


2fi 


57 


85 


116 


146 


27 


27 


58 


86 


117 


147 


28 


28 


59 


87 


118 


148 


29 


29 




88 


119 


149 


30 


30 




89 


120 


150 


31 


31 




90 




151 



171 



181 



197 
198 

199 230 
170 200 231 
201 



172 202 2.33 



176 206 237 



177 207 

178 208 
179 
180 210 



211 



232 



205 236 



212 243 



245 



213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 

225 256 

226 257 



244 274 



246 276 307 



247 27 



250 280 
281 



251 
252 
253 

254 284 



255 285 316 346 



269 



271 



273 



275 



278 



279 310 340 



282 313 

283 314 
315 



286 317 



294 



297 



268 298 



299 



270 300 



301 



272 302 



305 



306 336 
337 



308 



309 339 



287 
288 
289 
290 
291 

292 323 

293 324 



321 



325 



295 326 

296 327 



335 



338 



320 350 



351 



322 352 
353 
354 



330 360 



334 364 
365 



369 400 428 



370 401 



378 409 



379 



404 432 

405 433 



410 



380 411 



416 



386 417 



418 
419 
420 
390 421 



434 



435 466 

436 467 



415 443 



489 
490 
491 

492 523 
463 493 524 
525 



465 



433 517 



518 548 5? 



495 526 556 587 



496 527 



528 
529 
499 530 560 
561 



468 
469 

470 500 531 
501 
502 
503 



474 504 



505 



446 477 507 538 568 



478 
9 509 



480 510 



513 



485 515 546 
516 



519 



520 550 



506 537 



547 578 



549 580 



551 



552 583 



532 562 593 



536 566 597 



567 



508 539 569 
540 570 
541 



511 

512 543 



571 

542 572 



544 



514 545 575 



596 



609 



610 640 



594 
595 626 



039 



627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
634 
635 
636 666 



700 
701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 



ON DIVIDEND PAYING STOCKS AT VARIOUS PRICES 



Price 

% 


4% 


5% 


6% 


7% 


8% 


Price 

% 


4% 


5% 


6% 


7% 


8% 


Price 

% 


4% 


5% 


6% 


7% 


8% 


50 


8.0 


10 





12.0 


14.0 


16.0 


79 


5.1 


6.3 


7.6 


8.9 


10.1 


, 108 


3.7 


4.6 


5.6 


6.5 


7.4 


51 


7.8 


9 


8 


11.8 


13.7 


15.7 


80 


5.0 


6.3 


7.5 


8.8 


10.0 


109 


3.7 


4.6 


5.5 


6.4 


7.3 


52 


7.7 


9 


6 


11.5 


13.5 


15.4 


81 


4.9 


6.2 


7.4 


8.6 


9.9 


110 


3.6 


4.6 


5.5 


6.4 


7.3 


63 


7.6 


9 


4 


11.3 


13.2 


15.1 


82 


4.9 


6.1 


7.3 


8.5 


9.8 


111 


3.6 


4.5 


5.4 


6.3 


7.2 


54 


7.4 


9 


3 


11.1 


13.0 


14.8 


83 


4.8 


6.0 


7.2 


8.4 


9.6 


112 


3.6 


4.5 


5.4 


6.3 


7.1 


56 


7.3 


9 


1 


10.9 


12.7 


14.6 


84 


4.8 


6.0 


7.1 


8.3 


9.5 


113 


3.5 


4.4 


5.3 


6.2 


7.1 


56 


7.1 


8 


9 


10.7 


12.5 


14.3 


86 


4.7 


5.9 


7.1 


8.2 


9.4 


114 


3.5 


4.4 


5.3 


6.1 


7.0 


57 


7.0 


8 


8 


10.5 


12.3 


14.0 


86 


4.7 


5.8 


7.0 


8.1 


9.3 


115 


3.5 


4.4 


5.2 


6.1 


7.0 


58 


6.9 


8 


6 


10.3 


12.1 


13.8 


87 


4.6 


5.8 


6.9 


8.1 


9.2 


116 


3.5 


4.3 


5.2 


6.0 


6.9 


59 


6.8 


8 


5 


10.2 


11.9 


13.6 


88 


4.6 


5.7 


6.8 


8.0 


9.1 


117 


3.4 


4.3 


5.1 


6.0 


6.8 


60 


6.7 


8 


3 


10.0 


11.7 


13.3 


89 


4.5 


5.6 


6.7 


7.9 


9.0 


118 


3.4 


4.2 


5.1 


5.9 


G.8 


61 


6.6 


8 


2 


9.8 


11.5 


13.1 


90 


4.4 


5.6 


6.7 


7.8 


8.9 


119 


3.4 


4.2 


5.0 


5.9 


6.7 


62 


6.5 


8 


1 


9.7 


11.3 


12.9 


91 


4.4 


5.5 


6.6 


7.7 


8.8 


120 


3.3 


4.2 


5.0 


5.8 


6.7 


63 


6.4 




9 


9.5 


11.1 


12.7 


92 


4.4 


5.4 


6.5 


7.6 


8.7 


125 


3.2 


4.0 


4.8 


5.6 


6.4 


64 


6.3 


7 


8 


9.4 


10.9 


12.5 


93 


4.3 


5.4 


6.5 


7.5 


8.6 


130 


3.1 


3.9 


4.6 


5.4 


6.2 


65 


6.2 


7 


7 


9.2 


10.8 


12.3 


94 


4.3 


5.3 


6.4 


7.5 


8.5 


135 


3.0 


3.7 


4.4 


5.2 


5.9 


66 


6.1 


7 


6 


9.1 


10.6 


12.1 


95 


4.2 


5.3 


6.3 


7.4 


8.4 


140 


2.9 


3.6 


4.3 


5.0 


5.7 


67 


6.0 


7 


5 


9.0 


10.5 


11.9 


96 


4.2 


5.2 


6.3 


7.3 


8.3 


145 


2.8 


3.5 


4.1 


4.8 


5.5 


68 


5.9 


7 


4 


8.8 


10.3 


11.8 


97 


4.1 


5.2 


6.2 


7.2 


8.3 


150 


2.7 


3.3 


4.0 


4.7 


5.3 


69 


5.8 


7 


3 


8.7 


10.1 


11.6 


98 


4.1 


5.1 


6.1 


7.1 


8.2 


155 


2.6 


3.2 


3.9 


4.5 


5.2 


70 


5.7 


7 


1 


8.6 


10.0 


11.4 


99 


4.0 


5.1 


6.1 


7.1 


8.1 


160 


2.5 


3.1 


3.8 


4.4 


5.0 


71 


5.6 


7 





8.5 


9.9 


11.3 


100 


4.0 


5.0 


6.0 


7.0 


8.0 


165 


2.4 


3.0 


3.6 


4.2 


4,8 


72 


5.6 


6 


9 


8.3 


9.7 


11.1 


101 


4.0 


5.0 


5.9 


6.9 


7.9 


170 


2.4 


2.9 


3.5 


4.1 


4.7 


73 


5.5 


6 


9 


8.2 


9.6 


11.0 


102 


3.9 


4.9 


5.9 


6.9 


7.8 


175 


2.3 


2.9 


3.4 


4.0 


4.6 


74 


5.4 


6 


8 


8.1 


9.5 


10.8 


103 


3.9 


4.9 


5.8 


6.8 


7.8 


180 


2.2 


2.8 


3.3 


3.9 


4.4 


75 


5.3 


6 


7 


8.0 


9.3 


10.7 


104 


3.9 


4.8 


5.8 


6.7 


7.7 


190 


2.1 


2.6 


3.2 


3.7 


4.2 


76 


5.3 


6 


6 


7.9 


9.2 


10.5 


105 


3.8 


4.8 


5.7 


6.7 


7.6 


200 


2.0 


2.5 


3.0 


3.5 


4.0 


77 


5.2 


6 


5 


7.8 


9.1 


10.4 


106 


3.8 


4.7 


5.7 


6.6 


7.8 














78 


5.1 


6 


4 


7.7 


9.0 


10.3 


107 


3.7 


4.7 


5.6 


6.5 


7.5 















Apprnxtmatf ©ranfitt JExmB from Nem ^ork ta (Utti^a in Hnttf b ^tat^B 



Birmingham. Ala. . . . 

Mobile, Ala 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Tucson. Ariz 

Little Rock. Ark 

Long Beach, Cal 

Los Angeles. Cal 

Denver, Col 

Pueblo, Col 

Bridgeport, Conn. . . . 

Hartford, Conn 

Washington, D. C. . . 

Jacksonville. Fla 

Miami, Fla 

Atlanta, Ga 

Augusta. Ga 

Boise, Idaho 

Pocatello, Idaho 

Chicago, Illinois 

Moline, 111 

Fort Wayne, Ind. . . . 
Indianapolis, Ind. . . . 
Des Moines, Iowa. . . 
Sioux City, Iowa. . . . 
Garden City. Kan. . . 

Wichita Kan 

Louisville, Ky 

New Orleans, La 

Shreveport, La 

Lewiston, Me 

Portland, Me 

Boston, Mass 

Sprlagflekl, Mass. . . . 

Detroit. Mich 

Grand Rapids 

Duluth, Minn 

Minneapolis, Minn... 

Jackson, Miss 

Meridian. Miss 

Kansas City, Mo. . . . 

St. Louis, Mo 

Butte, Mont 

Great Falls. Mont. . . 

Lincoln. Neb 

Omaha, Neb 



Air 


Train 


ft 


oc — 


g 


31 




Do 


16 


64 




30 


16 


74 




60 


g 


35 


12 


38 




2 




4 






4 


23 


4 


33 


4 


21 


g 


22 


16 


59 


19 


62 




16 




21 


Q 


14 


4 


16 


Q 


26 


Q 


35 


10 


36 


9 


34 


g 


20 


6 


32 


9 


43 


2 


13 


2 


10 


1 


6 
4 


3 


14 


5 


17 


10 


33 


7 


27 


9 


35 


11 


31 


5 


24 


5 


21 


15 


63 


14 


57 


10 


28 


6 


27 



Las Vegas. Nev 

Reno, Nev 

Concord, N. H 

Albuquerque. N. M. . . 

Santa Fe. N. M 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Rochester. N. Y 

Charlotte, N. C 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

Fargo. N. D 

Grand Forks. N. D. . . 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Oklahoma, City, Okla. 

TuJsa, Okla 

Portland. Ore 

Salem, Ore 

Allentown, Pa 

Erie, Pa 

Providence. R. I 

Charleston. S. C 

Columbia. S. C 

Aberdeen, S. D 

Sioux Falls. S. D 

Memphis, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn 

Dallas, Texas 

Houston. Texas 

Salt Lake City. Utah . 

Burlington. Vt 

Montnelier, Vt 

Norfolk. Va 

Richmond. Va 

Seattle, Wash 

Spokane, Wa.sh 

Charleston, W. Va 

Huntington, W. Va. . . 

Madison, Wis 

Milwaukee. Wis 

Casper, Wyo 

Cheyenne. Wyo 

Fairbanks, Alaska . . . . 

Juneau, Alaska 

Montreal, Canada. . . . 
Toronto. Canada 



HOURS 



Air 


Train 


1 5 


— 6l 


20 


64 


2 


g 


j4 


48 


io 

IV 


47 


2 


10 


3 


g 


4 


14 


4 




g 


oO 


g 


40 


g 


1 A 


3 




g 


38 






13 


59 




76 


^1 


3 








^g 


6 


18 


5 


1 fi 
lo 


12 


38 


12 


36 




29 


4 


25 




38 


6 


41 


17 


50 


2 


8 


3 


9 


2 


13 


3 


8 


14 


66 


16 


70 


3 


18 


6 


20 


7 


19 


5 


18 


16 


59 


13 


36 


32 


12 days 


3? 


7 days 




10 


3 


14 



Siatattr^a unh Muxi Q^xmt ta ^ortl^n Olttt^a from f urk (Sttg 



By Postal Route 



Adelaide, Australia 

Alexandria, Egypt 

Amsterdam, Netherlands 

Antwerp, Belgium 

Athens, Greece 

Baghdad, Iraq 

Belgrade, Jugoslavia. . . . 

Berlin, Germany 

Berne, Switzerland 

Bombay, British India.. 

Brussels, Belgium 

Budapest, Hungary 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Calcutta, India 

Cape Town, So. Africa. . 
Christiania, Norway. . . . 

Colombo, Ceylon 

Colon, Panama 

Copenhagen, Denmark. . 

Dublin, Eire 

Glasgow, Scotland 

Havana, Cuba 

Hamburg, Germany 

Hong Kong, China 

Honolulu, Hawaii. ...... 



Statute 




Miles 


Days 


11,393 


30 


4,990 


15 


3,376 


11 


3,310 


10 


4,713 


17 


8,480 


31 


5,196 


12 


3,613 


10 


3,300 


12 


8,183 


30 


3,371 


10 


5,500 


13 


5,870 


20 


11,413 


32 


6,786 


18 


4,342 


10 


8,660 


30 


1,974 


5 


3,847 


11 


3,221 


9 


3,330 


8 


1,189 


3 


3,764 


12 


8,199 


26 


4,241 


10 



By Postal Route 



Istanbul, Turkey 

Lima, Peru 

Lisbon, Portugal 

Liverpool, England 

London, England 

Madrid, Spain 

Manila, Philippine Islands. . . 

Melbourne, Australia 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Natal, South Africa 

Para, Brazil 

Paris, France 

Leningrad, U.S.S.R 

Quebec, Quebec 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Rome, Italy 

St. John's Newfoundland. . . . 

Santiago, Chili 

Shanghai, China 

Singapore, Fed. Malay States 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Valparaiso, Chili 

Vienna, Austria 

Vladivostok, U.S.S.R 

Yokohama, Japan 



Statute 



Miles 


Days 


5,009 


14 


3,615 


12 


2,930 


9 


3,186 


9 


3,369 


8 


3,330 


9 


8,371 


25 


9,437 


30 


1,760 


5 


6,786 


20 


3,150 


13 


3,000 


8 


4,764 


14 


440 


2 


4,770 


14 


4,037 


12 


1,081 


3 


5,183 


19 


9,095 


26 


10,312 


28 


3,470 


10 


4,864 


19 


4,200 


12 


9,750 


21 


6,686 


18 



Blood and meat juice. Use cold water; soap 
and cold water; or starch paste. 

Bluing. Use boiling water. 

Chocolate and cocoa. Use borax and cold 
water; bleach if necessary. 

Coffee and tea. (Clear.) — Use boiling water; 
bleach if necessary. (With cream.)— Use cold 
water, then boiling water; bleach if necessary. 

Cream and milk. Use cold water, then soap 
and cold water. 

Egg. Use cold waten 

Fruit and fruit juices^ Use boiling water; 
bleach if necessary. 

Grass. Use cold water; soap and cold water; 
«Icohol; or a bleaching agent. 

Grease and oils. Use French chalk, blotting 
paper or other absorbent; or warm water and 
soap; or gasoline, benzine, or carbon tetrachlor- 
ide. 

Iodine. Use warm water and soap; alcohol; 
or ammonia. 

Ink. Try cold water; then use an acid or 
bleach if necessary. 

Iron. Use oxalic acid; hydrochloric acid; 
ealts of lemon; or lemon juice and salt. 

Kerosene. Uss warm water and soap. 



ACTUAL TIME IN USE IN THE LARGEST 
CITIES OF THE WORLD WHEN IT IS 
12:00 NOON, WASHINGTON 



Athens 


. 7:00 P. M. 


Melbourne 




Auckland next 


next day . 


. 3:00 A. M. 


day 


. 3:00 A. M. 


Milwaukee. 


.11:00 A. M. 


Berlin 


. 6:00 P. M. 


Minnea,polis. .11:00 A. M. 




10:30 P. M. 


Natal 


7:00 P. M. 




12:00 noon 


New Orleans.. 11:00 A. M. 


Buffalo 


.12:00 noon 


New York.. 


.12:00 noon 


Cape Town.. 


. 7:00 P. M. 


Omaha 


.11:00 A.M. 




11:00 A. M. 




12:00 noon 


Cincinnati... 


.11:00 A. M. 


Panama 


12:00 noon 


Cleveland. . . 


.12:00 noon 


Paris 


5:00 P. M. 


ConBtantuiopIe7:00 P. M. 


Philad'p'a. . 


.12:00 noon 


Denver 


10:00 A. M. 


Pittsb'r'g... 


.12:00 noon 


Detroit 


12:00 noon 




9:00 A. M. 


Galveston... 


.11:00 A. M. 




, 12:00 noon 




1:00 P. M. 


RiodeJ'n'ro. 2:00 P.M. 


Hambxirg 


. 6:00 P.M. 




6:00 P. M. 


Havana. . . . . 


.11:31 A. M. 


Salt L. City 


.10:00 A. M. 


Hong Kong 




San Francisco 9:00 A. M. 


next day . . 


. 1:00 A.M. 


St. Louis. . . 


.11:00 A.M. 


Honolulu... . 


. 6:30 A.M. 


Seattle , , , 


9:00 A. M. 


Jerusalem.. . 


. 7:00 P. M. 




7:00 P. M. 


Kansas City.. 11:00 A. M. 


Toledo 


12:00 noon 




4:24 P. M. 


Vancouver.. 


. 9:00 A. M. 


LiverpooL... 


. 6:00 P. M. 




6:00 P. M. 




. 6:00 P. M. 




11:00 A. M. 


Madrid 


5:00 P. M. 


Yokohama 




Manila next 




next day. 


. 2-00 A. M. 


•Jay 


1:00 A. M. 







Lampblack and soot. Use kerosene, benzine- 
chloroform, ether, gasoline, or carbon tetra* 
chloride. 

Medicine. Use alcohol. 

Mildew. If fresh, use cold water; otherwise 
try to bleach with javelle water or potassium 
permanganate. 

Paint and varnish. Use alcohol, carbon tetra- 
chloride, chloroform, or turpentine. 

Perspiration. Use soap and warm water; 
bleach in the sun or with javelle water or potas- 
sium permanganate. 

Pitch, tar, and wheel grease. Rub with fat, 
then use soap and warm water; or benzine, gas- 
oline, or carbon tetrachloride. 

Scorch. Bleach in the sunshine or with javelle 
water. 

Shoe polish. (Black.) — Use soap and water; 
or turpentine. (Tan.)— Use alcohol. 
Syrup. Use water. 

Stove polish. Use cold water and soap; or 
kerosene, benzine, or gasoline. 

Vaseline. Use kerosene or turpentine. 

Water. Steam or sponge the entire surface ol 
water-spotted materials. 

Wax. Scrape off as much as possible. Use 
French chalk, blotting paper or other absorbent, 
with a warm iron; or use benzine or gasoline. 11 
color remains, use alcohol or bleach. 



RATES OF INTEREST IN ALL THE 
STATES 







Special 






Special 


States and 


Legal 


Con- 


States and 


Legal 


Con- 


Territories 


Rate 


tract 


Territories 


Pcate 


tract 






Rate 






Rate 


Alabama.... 


8 


8 


Nebraska. . . 


7 


10 


Arkansas. . . 


6 


10 




7 






6 


12 


N. Hamp. . . 


6 


6 


California... 


7 




N. Jersey. , . 


G 


6 


Colorado.. . . 


8 




N. Mexico. . 


6 


12 




6 


6 


New York. . 


6 


6 


Delaware. . . 


6 


6 


N. Carolina. 


6 


6 


D. C 


6 


10 


N. Dakota. . 


7 


12 


Florida 


8 


10 
8 


Ohio 


6 


8 


Georgia 


7 


Oklahoma.. . 


6 


12 


Idaho 


7 


12 




6 
6 


10 




5 


7 




6 




6 


8 


R. Island. . . 


6 






6 


8 


S. Carolina.. 


7 


8 




6 


10 


S. Dakota.. . 


7 


12 


Kentucky.. . 


6 


6 


Tennessee.... 


6 


6 


Louisiana.. . 


5 


8 


Texas 


6 


10 




6 




Utah 


8 


12 


Maryland.. . 


6 


6 


Vermont.. . . 


6 


6 


Mass 


6 




Virginia 


6 


6 


Michigan.. . 


5 


7 


Wash 


6 


12 


Minnesota. . 


6 


10 


W. Va, 


6 


6 


Mississippi. 


6 


10 


Wisconsin.... 


6 


10 


Missouri 


6 


8 


Wyoming. . . 


8 


12 


Montana. . . 


8 











iSubB for Olomputtng ilntmfit 



The following will be found to be excellent rules for finding the interest on any principal for any 
number of days. When principal contains cents, point »ff four places from the right of the result 
to express the interest in dollars and cents. When the principal contains dollars onJy, point off two 
places. 



TWO PER CENT— Multiply the principal 
by the number of days to run, and divide by 1 80. 

TWO AND ONE-HALF PER CENT.— 
Multiply by number of days, and divide by 146. 

THREE PER CENT.— Multiply by number 
of days, and divide by 120. 

THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT.— 
Multiply by number of days and divide by 104. 

FOUR PER CENT.— Multiply by number 
of days, and divide by 90. 

FIVE PER CENT.— Multiply by number of 
days, and divide by 72. 

SIX PER CENT.— Multiply by number of 
days, and divide by 60. 



SEVEN PER CENT.— Multiply by number 
of days and divide by 52. 

EIGHT PER CENT.— Multiply by number 
of days, and divide by 45. 

NINE PER CENT.— Multiply by number 
of days, and divide by 40. 

TEN PER CENTf— Multiply by number of 
days, and divide by 36. 

TWELVE PER CENT.— Multiply by num- 
ber of days, and divide by 30. 

FIFTEEN PER CENT.— Multiply by num- 
ber of days, and divide by 24. 



TWO PER CENT 



Time 

4 Day 
8 " 
12 " 
16 " 
20 " 
24 « 
28 " 

1 Mo. 

2 " 

3 « 

4 « 

5 « 

6 « 
1 Yr. 



I I ill 
Sll$2|$3 $4:$5 $6i$7!$8'$9 $10 $100 $1,000 



8 10 



10 



2 
4 
7 
9 
11 
13 
16 
17 
33 
50 
67 
83 
1.00 
20!2.00 
I 



44 

67 
89 
1.11 

1,33 
1.56 
1.67 
3.33 
5.00 
6.67 
8.33 
10,00 
20.00 



TWO AND ONE-HALF PER CENT 



Time 


$1 


$2 


$3 


$4 


$5 


$6 


$7 


$8 


$9 


$10 


$100 


$1,000 


Time 


$1 


$2 


$3 


$4 


$5 


$6 


$7 


<8 


$9 


$10 


$100 


$1,000 


4 Day 

8 " 
































3 


28 


4 Day 
8 « 























1 


1 


1 


7 


67 

















1 


1 














1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


13 


1.33 

















1 


1 


6 


56 











12 « 














1 


1 






1 




9 


84 


12 " 










1 


1 


1 




2 


2 


2 


20 


2.00 


16 « 













1 


1 


1 


1 


1 




11 


1.11 


16 " 







1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


27 


2.67 


20 " 








1 




1 




1 


1 


2 


2 


14 


1.14 


20 « 




1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 




3 


33 


3.33 


24 " 








1 




1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


17 


1.67 


24 « 




1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


40 


4.00 


28 " 





1 


1 




1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


20 


1.70 


28 " 




1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


47 


4.67 


1 Mo. 





1 


1 




1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


21 


2.09 


1 Mo. 




1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


50 


5.00 


2 " 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


42 


4.17 


2 « 




2 


3 




5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1,00 


10 00 


3 " 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


5 


5 


6 


7 


63 


6,25 


3 " 


2 


3 


5 


6 


8 


9 


11 


12 


14 


15'1.50 


15,00 


4 « 


1 


2 


3 


3 


5 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


84 


8.34 


4 « 


2 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 2,00 


20.00 


5 « 


1 


2 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


1.05 


10.44 


5 " 


3 


5 


8 


10 


13 


15 


18 


20 


23 


25 2.50 


25.00 


6 " 


2 


3 


4 


5 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


13 1.25 


12.50 


6 ' 


3 


6 


9 


12 


15 


18 


21 


24 


27 


30 3.00 


30.00 


1 Yr. 


3 


5 


8 


10 


13 


15 


18 


20|23 


25|2.50 


25.00 


1 Yr. 


6 


12 


18 


24 


30j36 


42 


48 


54 


60j6.00 


60 00 



THREE PER CENT 



Time $1 $2 $3'$4'$5 $6'$7 J8 $9 Slo'$100 $1,000 



4 Day 
8 " 
12 " 
16 « 
20 " 
24 « 
28 " 

1 Mo. 

2 " 

3 ' 

4 " 

5 " 

6 " 
1 Yr. 



o; 



11 

18 21 



12 14 
24 27 



4 
7 

10 
14 

17 
20 
24 
25 
50 
75 
101.00 
13il.25 
1511.50 
30 '3. 00 



SIX PER CENT 



Principals are responsible for the acts of their 
agents. 

Contracts made on Sunday cannot be en- 
forced. Written contracts concerning land 
must be under seal. 

Notes do not bear interest unless it is so 
stated. 

If a note is lost or stolen, the maker is not re- 
leased if the consideration and amount can be 
proved. 

Demand notes are payable when presented, 
without grace, and bear legal interest after a 
demand, if not so written. 

An endorser on a demand note can be held 
only for a limited time, variable in different 
states. 

To be negotiable a note must either be made 
payable to bearer or be properly endorsed by 
the person to whose order it is made. 

If the endorser desires to avoid responsibility, 
he can endorse "without recourse." 

Notes becoming due on Sunday or a legal 
holiday are, as a rule, payable on the day fol- 
lowing. 

A note made on Sunday, or one dated ahead 
of its issue, is void, but rt may be dated back. 

If a note is altered in any way by the holder 
it becomes void. 

A note made by a minor is void in some States 
and is voidable on judicial decision in others. 

A contract with a minor or a lunatic is void. 



If a note is not paid when due, the endorserg, 
if any, should be legally notified to be holden. 

A note obtained by fraud or given by an in- 
toxicated person cannot be collected. 

It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. 

Signatures with a lead pencil are good in law. 

The acts of one partner bind the others. 

Each individual in a partnership is resp>on- 
sible for all the debts of the firm except in the 
case of a special partnership. 

The word "limited" in connection with firm 
names indicates a limitation of responsibility 
for each member. 

An agreement without consideration of value 
is void. 

"Value received" should be written in a note, 
but it is not necessary. When not written, it is 
presumed by law or may be shown by proof. 

A consideration is not sufficient in law if it is 
illegal in its nature. 

An endorser of a note is exempt from liability 
if not served with a notice of its dishonor within 
24 hours of its non-payment. 

If a letter containing notice of protest of 
non-payment be put into the Post Office, any 
miscarriage does not affect the party giving 
notice. 

Notice of protest may be sent either to the 
place of business or residence of the party 
notified. 

A receipt for money is not legally conclusive. 



^otntB nf Qlnnstttuttanal Slam 



Congress must meet at least once a year. 
Congress may admit as many new States as 
desired. 

One State cannot undo the act of another. 

By the constitution every citizen is guaran- 
teed a speedy trial by jury. 

A power which is vested in Congress alone 
cannot be exercised by a State. 

One State must respect the legal decisions 
and laws of another. 

Congress cannot pass a law to punish for a 
crime already committed. 

A person who commits a felony in one State 
cannot find refuge in another. 

Bills for revenue can originate only in the 
House of Representatives, but the Senate may 
propose or concur with amendments. 

Treaties with foreign powers are made by the 
President and ratified by the Senate. 

The territories each have a delegate to Con- 
gress who is allowed the privilege of debate, but 
not the right to vote. 

The Vice-President, who ex-officio presides 
over the Senate, has no vote in that body except 
in case of a tie ballot. 

If the President holds a bill longer than ten 
days while Congress is in session it becomes a 
law without his signature. 



An act of Congress cannot become a law over 
the President's veto except on a two-thirds vote 
of both Houses. 

The House of Representatives may impeach 
the President for any crime, but the Senate has 
the sole power to try all impeachments. 

An officer of the United States Govennment is 
not permitted to accept any title of nobility, 
order of honor, except with the permission of 
Congress. 

Amendments to the Constitution of the 
United States require a two-thirds vote of each 
House of Congress, and must be ratified by at 
least three-fourths of the States. 

The President of the United States must be at 
least 35 years of age; a Senator, 30; a Congress- 
man, 25. The President must have been a resi- 
dent within the United States fourteen years. 

A naturali7.ed citizen is not eligible to the 
office of President of the United States. A male 
child born in a foreign land to American parents 
has an equal chance to become the President 
with one born on American soil. 

The United States shall guarantee to every 
State a republican form of government, and 
shall protect each of them against invasion, and 
on application of the Legislature or of the Ex- 
ecutive (when the Legislature cannot be con- 
vened) against domeslic trouble. 



(g00ii Subs for luBttt^aa Mm 



Don't worry; don't overbuy; don't go security. 
Keep your vitality up; keep insured; keep sober; 
keep cool. 

Stick to chosen pursuits, but not to chosen 
methods. 

Be content with small beginnings and develop 
them. 

Be wary of dealing with unsuccessful men. 
Be cautious, but when a bargain is made stick 
to it- 



Keep down expenses, but don't be stingy. 
Make friends, but not favorites. 
Don't take new risks to retrieve old losses. 
Stop a bad account at once. 

Make plans ahead, but don't make them in cast 
iron. 

Don't tell what you are going to do until yon 
have done it. 



APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT 
20 grains. ... 1 scruple 8 drams...! ounce 

3 scruples. . . 1 dram 12 ounces.. . 1 pound 
Ounce and pound are the same as in Troy 

Weight. 

AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT 
27^1^ grains, . . 1 dram 25 pounds.l quarter 

16 drams 1 ounce 4 quarters.! cwt. 

16 ounces 1 pound 2,000 lbs. . 1 short ton 

2,240 pounds 1 long ton 

TROY WEIGHT 

24 grains 1 pwt. 

20 pwt 1 ounce ^ 12 ounces.. . 1 pound 

Used for weighing gold, silver and jewels. 

CLOTH MEASURE 
2M inches 1 nail 4 nails. ... 1 quarter 

4 quarters 1 yard 

CUBIC MEASURE 

1.728 cubic inches 1 cubic foot 

27 cubic feet 1 cubic yard 

128 cubic feet 1 cord (wood) 

40 cubic feet 1 ton (shipping) 

2,150.42 cubic inches 1 standard bushel 

231 cubic inches 1 U. S. standard gallon 

1 cubic foot about 4/5 of a bushel 

DRY MEASURE 



2 pints 1 quart 

8 quarts 1 peck 



4 pecks.. . 1 bushel 
36 bushels. 1 chaldron 



LIQUID MEASURE 

4 gills 1 pint 4 quarts... . 1 gallon 

2 pints 1 quart 313^ gals. ... 1 barrel 

2 barrels 1 hogshead 

LONG MEASURE 

12 inches 1 foot 40 rods. ... 1 furlong 

3 feet 1 yard 8 furlongsl sta. mile 

Sfi yards. . ..1 rod 3 miles... 1 league 

MARINERS' MEASURE 
6 feet = 1 fathom. . 120 fathoms = 1 cable length 

7}4 cable lengths 1 mile 

5,280 feet 1 statute mile 

6,085 feet 1 nautical mile 

PAPER MEASURE 

24 sheets, 1 quire- 20 quires, 1 ream (480 sheets) 

2 reams 1 bundle 5 bundles 1 bale 

SQUARE MEASURE 
144 8q. in. 1 sq. ft. 40 sq. rods . 1 rood 

9 sq. ft 1 sq. yard 4 roods ... 1 acre 

30^ sq. yds.l sq. rod 640 acres.. . 1 sq. mile 

SURVEYORS' MEASURE 
7.92 inches 1 link 

25 links 1 rod 

4 rods 1 chain 

10 sq. chains or 160 sq. rods 1 acre 

640 acres 1 sq. mile 

36 sq. miles (6 miles sq.) 1 township 

TIME MEASURE 

60 seconds =1 minute 60 minutes =1 hour 

24 hours =1 day 7 days =1 week 

28 29, 30 or 31 days 1 calendar month 

30 days — 1 month in computing interest 

365 days = 1 year 366 days = 1 leap year 

MISCELLANEOUS 

3 inches =1 palm 4 inches =1 hand 

6 inches = 1 span 18 inches =1 cubit 

21.8 inches 1 Bible cubit 

2^ eet 1 military pace 



METRIC EQUIVALENTS— Linear Measure 

1 centimeter 0.3937 inch 

1 inch 2.54 centimeters 

1 decimeter 3.937 inches 0.328 foot 

1 foot 3.048 decimeters 

1 meter 39.37 inches 1.0936 yards 

1 yard 0.9144 meter 

1 dekameter 1.9884 rode 

1 rod 0.5029 dekameter 

1 kilometer 0.62137 mile 

1 mile 1.6093 kilometers 

Sqiaare Measure 

1 square centimeter 0.1550 square inch 

1 square inch 6.452 square centimeters 

1 square decimeter 0.1076 square foot 

1 square foot 9.2903 square decimeters 

1 square meter 1.196 square yards 

1 square yard 0.8361 square meter 

1 acre 3.954 square rods 

1 square rod 0.2529 acre 

1 hectare 2.47 acres 

1 acre 0.4047 hectare 

1 square kilometer 0.386 square mile 

1 square mile 2.59 square kilometers 

Measure of Volume 

1 cubic centimeter 0.061 cubic inch 

1 cubic inch 16.39 cubic centimeters 

1 cubic decimeter 0.0353 cubic foot 

1 cubic foot 28.317 cubic decimeters 

1 cubic meter 1.308 cubic yards 

1 cubic yard 0.7646 cubic meter 

1 stere 0.2759 cord 

1 cord 3.624 steres 

1 liter =0.908 quart dry . . , 1.0567 quarts liquid 

1 quart dry 1.101 liters 

1 quart liquid 0.9463 liter 

1 dekaliter =2.6417 gallons 135 pecks 

1 gallon 0.3785 dekaliter 

1 peck 0.881 dekaliter 

1 hektoliter 2.8375 bushels 

1 bushel 0.3524 hektoliter 

Weights 

1 gram 0.03527 ounce 

1 ounce 28.35 gramt 

1 kilogram 2.2046 pounds 

1 pound 0.4536 kilogram 

1 metric ton 1.1023 English tons 

1 English ton 0.9072 metric ton 

APPROXIMATE METRIC 
EQUIVALENTS 

1 decimeter 4 inches 

1 liter 1.06 quarts liquid, 0.9 quart dry 

1 meter 1.1 yards 

1 kilometer % oi a. mile 

1 hektoliter 2^ bushels 

1 hectare V/^ acres 

1 kilogram 2-1/5 pounds 

1 stere, or cubic meter M of a cord 

1 metric ton 2,200 pounds 

TEMPERATURES 

Fahrenheit 

Milk Freezes 30° above Zero 

Water Freezes 32° above Zers 

Olive Oil Freezes 36° above Zero 

Wines Freezes 20* above Zero 

Vinegar Freezes 28° above Zero 

Alcohol Boils at 173° above Zero 

Water Boils at 212° above Zero 

Petroleum (aver age).. Boils at 306" above Zero 

Blood Heat 98.4° above Zero 

Eggs Hatch.. 104° above Zero 



Small Craft NE. Storm SE. Storm 




IS 




Hurricane or 
SW. Storm NW. Storm Whole Gale 




Hurricane 

NE. SE. SW. NW. or Whole 
Storm Storm Storm Storm Gale 



EXPLANATION OF SMALL CRAFT, 
STORM, AND HURRICANE WARNINGS 

The Small Craft Warning — A red pennant indi- 
cates that moderately strong winds that will Inter- 
fere with the safe operation of small craft are 
expected. 

The Northeast Storm Warning — A red pennant 
above a square red flag with black center displayed 
by day, or two red lanterns, one above the other, 
displayed by night, indicates the approach of a 
storm of marked violence with winds beginning from 
the northeast. 

The Southeast Storm Warning — A red pennant 
below a square red flag with black center displayed 
by day, or one red lantern displayed by night, in- 
dicates the approach of a storm of marked violence 
with winds beginning from the southeast. 

The Southwest Storm Warning — A white pen- 
nant below a square red flag with black center dis- 
played by day, or a white lantern below a red lantern 
displayed by night, indicates the approach of a 
storm of marked violence with winds beginning 
from the southwest. 

The Northv/est Storm Warning — A white pen- 
nant above a square red flag with black center dis- 
played by day, or a white lantern above a red 
lantern displayed by night, indicates the approach 
of a storm of marked violence with winds beginning 
from the northwest. 

Hurricane, or Whole Gale Warning — Two 

square flags, red with black centers, one above the 
other, displayed by day, or two red lanterns, with 
a white lantern between, displayed by night, indi- 
cates the approach of a tropical hurricane, or one 
of the extremely severe and dangerous storms which 
occasionally occur. 



Sunset Colors: A gray, lowering sunset, or 
one where the sky is green or yellowish-green, 
indicates rain. A red sunrise with clouds lower- 
ing later in the morning, also indicates rain. 

Sky Color: A deep blue color of the sky, 
even when seen through clouds, indicates fair 
weather; a glowing whiteness an approaching 
storm. 

Visibility: Unusual clearness of the atmos- 
phere, unusual brightness or twinkling of the 
stars indicate rain. 

Fogs: Fogs indicate settled weather. A 
morning fog usually breaks away before noon. 



Frost: The first frost and the last frost are 
usually preceded by a temperature very much 
above the mean. 

Halo (Sun Dogs): By halo we mean the 
large circles, or part of circles, about the sun 
or moon. A halo occuring after fine weather 
Indicates a storm. 

Corona: By this term we mean the small 
colored circles frequently seen around the sun 
or moon. A corona growing smaller indicates 
rain; growing larger, fair weather. 

Rainbows: A morning rainbow is regarded 
as a sign of rain; an evening rainbow of fair 
weather. 



KEEP GOOD— SEND FOR A PHYSICIAN 

WOUNDS — Remove patient to a quiet, airy 
place. Have hot and cold water, several basins, 
clean towels, cloth and soap. Apply antiseptic 
treatment as follows: 

Thoroughly cleanse your own hands and 
nails; then cleanse the wounds with some anti- 
septic. The most easily procured is salt and 
water. Put a handful of salt in a quart of water 
and use freely. After the wound is cleansed, it 
must then be protected from new germs by some 
covering made germ free by baking, boiling, or 
ironing. After the salt solution has been care- 
fully used, apply strips of gauze soaked in warm 
water which has been boiled. This will leave 
the wound in good condition. 

If a more active antiseptic than salt, such as 
Carbolic Acid (1 per cent) or Bichloride of 
Mercury (1 part to 2000 of water), is available 
it should be used. 

ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION— When the 
patient is removed from the water, gas, smoke, 
or electric contact, get to work at once with 
your own hands. 

Lay the patient on his stomach. Extend one 
arm directly over head. Bend the other arm at 
elbow, and rest patient's cheek on hand, to keep 
the nose and mouth off the ground and free for 
breathing. 

Kneel, facing forward, and straddling pa- 
tient's legs just above the knees. Place palms 
of hands on each side of back, just above the 
belt line, and about four inches apart, thumbs 
and fingers together, the little fingers over and 
following the line of the lowest ribs, and the 
tips of fingers just out of sight. 

With arms straight lean gradually forward, 
pressing downward and forward and counting 
slowly, one, two, three. Snap your hands side- 
ways, off patient's back. Swing your body back, 
counting slowly, four, five. Rest. Straighten 
arms and repeat pressure. 

Three movements straight arm pressure 
(shoulder behind hands to exert forward 
pressure), quick release and swing back. 
Keep up work steadily until breathing 
begins and continues naturally. 

When helpers arrive put them to work; send 
for physician; clean patient's mouth of obstruc- 
tions; stimulate reflexes; loosen tight clothing; 
rub legs and body toward heart; supply clothing 
and other heated articles and relieve operator 
when tired. Place aromatic spirits of ammonia 
near patient's nose at frequent intervals. When 
patient begins to breathe naturally, and can 
swallow, give a teaspoonful of aromatic spirits 
of ammonia in half glass of water, or some hot 
coffee or tea. 

Don't get discouraged. Stick to it for 
two even three hours if necessary. 



IN CASE OF POISON 

First. Send for a physician. 

Second. Empty the stomach by an emetic — 
a teaspoonful of mustard or two teaspoonfuls of 
common salt in tepid water; teaspoonful of 
alum in water. Tickle the throat with a feather 
or finger. Apply antidotes as follows: 



Antidote 
Poison No. 

Acetic Acid 6 

Alcoholic Liquors.. . 10 

Ammonia 9 

Antimony 5 

Aqua fortis 6 

Arsenic 2 

Bitter Almond 7 

Blue Vitriol 3 

Bug Poison 3 

Carbolic Acid 3 

Carbonic Acid Ga« . 10 
Charcoal Fumes.. . . 10 
Chloride of Zinc. . . 5 
Chloroform inhaled 10 
" swallowed. 1 

Coal Gas 10 

Copperas 3 

Corrosive Sublimate 3 

Ether inhaled 10 

" swallowed. ... 1 



Antidote 
No. 

1 



Poison 

Laudanum. 

Lye 9 

Morphine 1 

Muriatic Acid 6 

Nitre 9 

Nitric Acid 6 

Opium 1 

Oxalic Acid 6 

Paris Green 2 

Phosphorus 2 

Prussic Acid 7 

Rat Poison 2 

Saltpetre 9 

Sugar of Lead 4 

Sulphuric Acid 8 

Strychnine 1 

Tartar Emetic 6 

Toad-stools 4 

White Lead 4 

White Vitriol 5 

1. Emetic. If patient is drowsy, give cold 
coffee; keep awake and moving. 

2. Emetic. Warm extremeties; give large 
doses of magnesia; raw eggs; lime water; milk 
flour and water. 

3. White of eggs, milk, flour and water; give 
largely for ten minutes, then give emetic and 
follow by mild stimulants. 

4. Mustard emetic followed by Epsom salt, 

5. Emetic. Give warm water to reliere 
vomiting; tea to tablespoonful baking powder 
saleratus, chalk, lime or magnesia, followed by 
milk and white of egg. 

6. Emetic. Baking powder, etc., as in No. 
5, followed by linseed tea or slippery elm tea. 

7. Emetic. Followed by brandy or by tea- 
spoonful ammonia in pint of water. 

8. Large quantities of water followed by 
large doses of magnesia or lime. 

9. Drink diluted vinegar or lemon juice, 
follow with tablespoonful castor oil, cream, 
sweet oil or linseed oil; then with teaspoonful 
doses an hour apart for three hours. 

10. Fresh air, inhalation of ammonia; warm 
extremeties; artificial breathing, as in drowning. 



Brick, pressed, best 150 lbs. per 

Brick, common, hard 125 " " 

Brick, common, soft 100 " " 

Coal, broken (anthra.), 

loose 52-56 " « 

Coal, broken (bitu), loose. 47-52 " " 

Cement, concrete, limestone . 148 " " 

Cement, concrete, cinder. ... 112 " " 

Cement, concrete, stone 150 " " 

Cement, concrete, trap rock 155 " " 

Granite 170 " " 

Hemlock, dry 25 " ' 

Hickory, dry 53 " ' 

Ice 57-0 " « 

Iron, cast 450 " " 

Iron, wrought 485 " " 



of BnhBtmttB 

Lead 709.6 lbs. per cti. 

Limestone, marble, ordinarilyl68 " " 

Limestone, marble, piled. .. . 96 " " ' 

Masonry, granite, dressed. . . 165 " " 

Masonry, sandstone 145 " " ' 

Sand, pure quartz, dry, 

loose 112-113 " " ' 

lbs. per struck bu 90-106 " " 

Sand, ang., large and small. . 117 " ' 

Sandstone, dry for building.. 151 " " ' 

Sandstone, quarried, piled.. . 86 " " ' 

Shales, red or black 162 " " ' 

Shales, quarried, piled 92 " " ' 

Slate 175 " " ' 

Soapstone or steatite 170 " " ' 

Steel, heav'ts, low'st in carb'n490 " ' * 



cu. ft. 



No. 



Name 



Age 



Born 



Inaug, 



Term In OfSce Native of 



Died 



Party 



1... 

2... 

3... 

4... 

6... 

6... 

7... 

8... 

9... 
10... 
U... 
12... 
13... 
14... 
15... 
16... 
17... 
18... 
19... 
20... 
21... 
22-24. 
23... 
25... 
26. . . 
27... 
28... 
29... 
30... 
31... 
32... 
83... 



.George Washington. . . 

.John AdaiQfl 

. Thomas Jefferson 

.James Madison 

.James Monroe 

.John Quincy Adams.. . 

.Andrew Jackson 

.Martin Van Buren 

.Wm. H. Harrison 

.John Tyler 

.James Knox Polk 

.Zachary Taylor 

.Millard Fillmore 

.Franklin Pierce 

.James Buchanan 

.Abraham Lincoln 

.Andrew Johnson 

.Ulysses S. Grant 

.Rutherford B. Hayes. . 

.James A. Garfield 

.Chester A. Arthur 

.Grover Cleveland 

.Benjamin Harrison 

.William McKinley 

.Theodore Roosevelt. . . 

.Wm. H. Taft 

.Woodrow T. Wilson... 
.Warren G. Harding. . . 

.Calvin Coohdge 

.Herbert C. Hoover 

.Franklin D. Roosevelt 
.Harry S. Truman 



Feb., 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
July 
Alar. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
July 
Aug. 
Jan. 
May 



22, 1732 
30, 17S5 
13, 1743 
16, 1751 

28, 1758 

11, 1767 
15, 1767 

5. 1782 
9, 1773 

29, 1790 
2, 1795 

24, 1784 

7, 1800 

23, 1804 
23, 1791 

12, 1809 

29, 1808 

27, 1822 

4, 1822 
19, 1831 

5, 1830 
18, 1837 

28, 1833 

29, 1843 

27, 1858 
15, 1857 

28, 1856 
2, 1865 
4, 1872 

10. 1874 

30, 1882 

8. 1884 



1789 
1797 
1801 
1809 
1817 
1825 
1829 
1837 
1841 
1841 
1845 
1849 
1850 
1853 
1857 
1861 
1865 
1869 
1877 
1881 
1881 
'85-'93 
1889 
1897 
1901 
1909 
1913 
1921 
1923 
1929 
1933 
1945 



8 years 
4 " 
8 " 
8 " 
8 - 
4 " 



Virginia 

Mass. 

Virginia 



. Car. 
N. Y. 



1 month 


Virginia 


3 yrs. 11 mos. 


4 years 


N. Car. 


1 year, 4 mos. 


Virginia 


2 years, 8 moa. 


N. Y. 


4 years 


N.Ham. 


4 « 


Penn. 


4 years, 40 days 


Ky. 


3 yrs. lOJ^ mos. 


N. Car. 


8 years 


OUo 


4 years 




63^ months 


a 


3 yrs. 5}4 mos. 


vt. 


4 yrs. — 4 yrs. 


N. J. 


4 years 


Ohio 


4 yrs, 6 mo. 10 d. 




7 yrs. 6 mo. 20 d. 


N.Y. 


4 years 


Ohio 


8 years 


Virginia 


2 yrs. 4 mo. 29 d. 


Ohio 


5 yrs. 7 mo. 2 d. 


Vt. 


4 years 


Iowa 


12 yrs. 2 mo. 23 d. 


N. Y. 
Mo. 



Dec. 
July 
July 
June 
July 
Feb. 
June 
July 
Apr. 
Jan. 
June 
July 
Mar. 
Oct. 
June 
Apr. 
July 
July 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Jime 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Jan. 



14, 1799 
4, 1826 
4, 1826 

28, 1836 
4, 1831 

23, 1848 

8, 1845 

24, 1862 
4, 1841 

18, 1862 
15, 1849 

9, 1850 
8, 1874 
8, 1869 

1, 1868 
15, 1865 
31, 1875 

23, 1885 

17, 1893 
19, 1881 

18, 1886 

24, 1908 

13, 1901 

14, 1901 
6, 1919 
8, 1930 
3, 1924 

2, 1923 
5, 1933 



Federal 
Dffln-Rep 



Coalition 
Dem. 
« 

Whig 

u 

Dem. 
Whig 



AprU 12, 1945 



Repuh. 



Dem. 
Repub. 



Dem. 
Repub. 



Dem.: 



Ala. 

Ariz... 

Ark... 

Cal.... 

Col.... 

Conn.. 

Del. . . 

Fla..., 

Ga.... 

Idaho. 

lU 

Ind.... 
Iowa. . 
Kan... 
Ky.... 
La.... 
Me... 
Md... 



Mich. 
Minn. 
Miss. 
Mo... 
Mont. 



Cotton," "Lizard," " Yullerhammera." 
"Baby," "Sunset," "Apache." 
"Bear," "Bowie." 

Golden," "EI Dorado." 
"Centennial," "Silver." 
"Constitution," "Nutmeg." 
■'Diamond," "Blue Hen's Chickens." 
'Everglade," "Land of Flowers." 
'Empire State of the South," "Cracker.' 

'Gem." 

"Sucker," "Prairie." 

"Hoosier." 

"Hawkeye." 

"Sunflower," "Jayhawk." 

"Blue Grass," "Corn-Cracker." 

"Pelican," "Creole." 

"Pine 'Tree," "Old Dirigo." 

"Old Line," "Cockade." 

"Bay," "Old Colony." 

"Wolverine." "Auto." 

"Gopher," ''North Star." 

"Bayou," "Eagle," "Magnolia." 

"Ozark," "Iron Mountain," "Show Me." 

"Stub "Toe," "Bonanza," "Treasure." 



'Antelope," "Black Water," "Cornhusker.' 

'Silver," "Sage Brush." 

'Granite." 

'Jersey Blue," "Garden." "Mosquito." 

'Sunshine," "Spanish." 

'Empire," "Excels\ or." 

'Old North," "Turp entme," "Tar HeeL" 

'Flickertai!," "Sioux." 

'Buckeye." 

'Sooner." 

'Beaver," "Web-Foot." 
'Keystone," "Steel," "Coal." 
'Little Rhody," "Plantation." 
'Palmetto." 

'Sunshine," "Swlagecat." 

'Big Bend," "Volunteer." 

'Lone Star," "Beef." 

'Deseret," "Beehive," "Mormon." 

'Green Mountain." 

'Old Dominion," "Mother." 

'Evergreen," "Chinook." 

'Panhandle," "Mountain." 

'Badger," "Copper." 

'Equality." (Suffrage Pioneer). 



Name 

of 
State 



Ala 

Ariz 

Ark.... 

Cal 

Col 

Conn. . . 
Del. . . . 
Fla..... 

Ga 

Idaho. . 

lU 

Ind.... 
Iowa. . . 
Kan.. . . 



Name of Flower 



Goldenrod 

Sahuaro Cactus 
Apple Blossom . 
Golden Poppy.. 

Columbine 

Mount' n Laurel 
Peach Blossom . 
Orange Blossom 
Cherokee Rose. 

Syringa 

Wood Violet. . . 

Carnation 

Wild Rose 

Sunflower 

Trumpet Vine. . 
Magnolia 



By 
Whom 
Chosen 



Schools 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Schools 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
People 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
People 
Legisl. 
People 
Legisl. 



Name 

of 
State 



Name of Flower 



Me.... 
Md.... 
Mass.. . 
Mich... 
Minn . . 
Miss. . . 
Mo.... 
Mont. . 
Neb.... 

Nev 

N. H... 
N.J... 
N. Mex 
N. Y... 
N.C... 
N. Dak... 



Pine Cone & T'sl. , 
B lackeyed Susan. . 

Mayflower 

Apple Blossom 

Moccasin Flower. . 

Magnolia 

No choice 

Bitter Root 

Goldenrod 

Sagebrush 

Purple Lilac 

Violet 

Cactus 



Goldenrod 

Wild Prairie Rose. 



By 
Whom 
Chosen 



Schools 
Legisl. 
Legisl, 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Schools 



Legisl. 
Legisl. 
People 
Legisl. 
Legisl. 
Schools 
Schoob 
People 
Legisl. 



Name 

of 
State 



Ohio. . . 
Okla. . . 
Ore. . , . 

Pa 

R. L... 
S.C... 
S. Dak. 
Tenn.. . 
Tex.... 
Utah... 

Vt 

Va 

Wash. . 
W. Va.. 
Wis. . . . 
Wyo. . . 



Name of Fbwer 



Scarlet Carnat'n 

Mistletoe 

OregonGrape. . . 

No choice 

Violet 

No choice 

Pasque Flower. . 
Passion Flower. . 

Bluebonnet 

Sego Lily 

Red Clover 

Amer. Dogwood 
Rhododendron. . 
Rhododendron . . 

Violet 

Indian Paintb'sh 



By 
Whom 
Chosen 



LegisL 
Legist 
LegiaL 



Schools 



LegisL 
Hort. S. 

LegisL 
LegisL 
LegisL 



People 
LegisL 
Schools 
Ledsl. 



Pnjmlattnn nf prtnrtpal Olttfea 

Seventeenth (1950) U. S. Census ^Denotes State Capital 



Cities Over 42,500 
and State 
Capitals 



Abilene, Tex 

Akron, Ohio 

Alameda, Calif 

*Albany. N. Y 

Albuquerque, N.Mex.. 

Alexandria, Va 

Alhambra, Calif 

AUentown, Pa 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Anderson, Ind 

♦Annapolis, Md 

Ann Arbor, Mich 

Asheville, N. C 

♦Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J. . . . 

Augusta, Ga 

♦Augusta, Me 

Aurora, 111 

♦Austin, Tex 

Baltimore, Md 

♦Baton Rouge, La 

Battle Creek, Mich... . 

Bay City, Mich 

Bayonne, N. J 

Beaumont, Tex 

Berkeley, Calif 

Berwyn, 111 

Bethlehem, Pa. ..... . 

Binghamton, N. Y. . . . 

Birmingham, Ala 

♦Bismarck, N. Dak. . . . 

Bloomfield, N. J 

♦Boise City, Idaho .... 
♦Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Burbank, Calif 

Cambridge, Mass 

Camden, N. J 

Canton, Ohio 

♦Carson City, Nev 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. . . 

Charleston, S. C 

♦Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn — 

Chester, Pa 

♦Cheyenne, Wyo 

Chicago, 111 

Chicopee, Mass 

Cicero, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland Hts., O 

Clifton. N. J 

Colo. Springs, Colo., . . 
♦Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

♦Columbus, Ohio 

Compton, CaUf 

♦Concord, N. H 

Corpus Christi, Tex. . . 

Council Bluffs, Iowa . . 

Covington, Ky 

Cranston, R. I 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa 

Dayton, Ohio 

Dearborn, Mich 

Decatur, 111 

♦Denver, Colo 



1940 



26,612 

244,791 
36,256 

130,577 
35,449 
33,523 
38,935 
96,904 
80,214 
51,686 
41,572 
9,542 
29,815 
51,310 

302,288 
64,094 
65,919 
19.360 
47,170 
87,930 

859,100 
34,719 
43,453 
47,956 
79,198 
59,061 
85,547 
48,451 
58,490 
78,309 

267,583 
15,496 
41,623 
26,130 

770,816 

147,121 
62,343 

675,901 
34,337 

110,879 

117,536 

108,401 
2,478 
62,120 
71.275 
67,914 

112.986 

128,163 
59,285 
22,474 

396, 808 
41,664 
64,712 

455,610 

878,336 
54,992 
48,827 
36,789 
62,396 
53,280 

306,087 
16,198 
27,171 
57,301 
41,439 
62,018 
47,085 

294,734 
66,039 

210,718 
63,584 
59,305 

322,412 



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45.570 
274,605 
64,430 
134,995 
96,815 
61,787 
51,359 
106.756 
77,177 
74,246 
46,820 
10,047 
48,251 
53,000 
331,314 
61,657 
71,508 
20,913 
50,576 
132,459 
949,708 
125,629 
48,666 
52,523 
77,203 
94,014 
113,805 
51,280 
66,340 
80,674 
326,037 
18,640 
49,307 
34,393 
801,444 
158,709 
62,860 
680,132 
78,577 
120,740 
124,555 
116,912 
3,082 
72,296 
70,174 
73,501 
134,042 
131,041 
66,039 
31,935 
3,620,962 
49,211 
67,544 
503,998 
914,808 
59,141 
64,511 
45,472 
86,914 
79,611 
375,901 
47,991 
27,988 
108,287 
45,429 
64,452 
56,060 
434,462 
74,549 
243,872 
94,994 
66,269 
415,786 



Cities Over 42,500 
and State 
Capitals 

♦Des Moines, Iowa. . . 

Detroit, Mich 

♦Dover, Del 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

Durham, N. C 

East Chicago, Ind... . 

East Orange, N. J... . 

E. St. Louis, 111 

Elgin. IlL 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Elmira, N. Y 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evanston, 111 

Evansville, Ind 

Everett, Mass 

Fall River, Mass 

Fitchburg, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Wayne, Ind. . . . 

Fort Worth, Tex 

♦Frankfort, Ky.. 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston, Tex. 

Gary, Ind 

Giendale, Calif 

Grand P.apids, Mich. 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro, N. C. . . . 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Hammond, Ind 

Hamtramck, Mich, . . 

♦Harrisburg, Pa 

♦Hartford, Conn 

Haverhill. Mass 

♦Helena, Mont 

Highland Park, Mich 

Hoboken, N. J 

Holyoke, Mass 

Houston, Tex. ...... 

Huntington, W, Va. . 

♦ Indianapolis, Ind. . . . 

Inglewood, Calif 

Irvington. N. J 

Jackson, Mich 

♦Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Jamestown, N. Y. . . . 
♦Jefferson City, Mo. . . 

Jersey City, N. J. . . . 

Johnstown, Pa 

JoUet, 111 

Kalamazoo, Mich.. . . 

Kansas City, Kans. . . 

Kansas City, Mo. . . . 

Kenosha, Wis 

KnoxviUe, Tenn 

La Crosse, Wis 

Lakewood, Ohio 

Lancaster, Pa 

♦ Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Tex 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

♦Lincoln, Nebr 

♦Little Rock, Ark 

Long Beach, Calif 

Lorain, Ohio 



1940 



159,819 
1,623,452 
5,517 
43,892 

101,065 
60,195 
54,637 
68,945 
75,609 
38,333 

109.912 
45,106 
96.810 

116,955 
65389 
97,062 
46,784 

115,428 
41.824 

151,543 
36,5^ 

118.410 

177,062 
11,492 
60,68.5 
36,975 
60,862 

111.719 
82,582 

164,292 
46,235 
59,319 
34,734 
50,592 
70,184 
49,839 
83.893 

166.267 
46.752 
15.056 
50.810 
50,115 
53.750 

384.514 
78,836 

386,972 
30.114 
55,328 
49,656 
62,107 

173,065 
42,638 
24.268 

301.173 
66,608 
42,365 
54,097 

121,458 

399.178 
48.765 

111.580 
42.707 
69,160 
61,346 
78,753 
39,274 
84,323 
49,304 
44,711 
81,984 
88,039 

164,271 
44,125 



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Cities Over 42,500 
and State 
Capitals 



Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 

Lubbock, Tex 

Lynchburg, Va 

Lynn, Mass 

Macon, Ga 

* Madison, Wis 

Maiden, Mass 

Manchester, N. H. . . . 
Mansfield, Ohio ...... 

McKeesport, Pa 

Medford, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn 

Meriden, Conn 

Miami, Fla 

Miami Beach, Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Mobile, Ala 

Montclair, N. J 

^Montgomery, Ala 

*Montpelier, Vt 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y 

Muncie, Ind 

Muskegon, Mich 

*Nashville, Tenn 

Newark, N. J 

New Bedford, Mass. . . 

New Britain, Conn. . . . 

New^ Castle, Pa 

New Haven, Conn. . . 

New Orleans, La 

New Rochelle, N. Y.. . 

Newton, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Niagara Falls, N. Y.. . 

Norfolk, Va 

Nor walk. Conn 

Oakland, Calif 

Oak Park, 111 

Ogden, Utah 

^Oklahoma City, Okla. 
*01ympia, Wash 

Omaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Pasadena, Calif 

Passaic, N. J 

Paterson, N. J 

Pawtucket, R. I 

Pensacola, Fla 

- Peoria, 111. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

^Phoenix, Ariz 

*Pierre, S. Dak 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsfield, Mass 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Portland, Me 

Portland, Ore 

Portsmouth, Va 

* Providence, R. I , 

Pueblo, Colo 

Quincy, Mass 

Racine, Wis 

*Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Calif , 

^Richmond, Va 

Riverside, Calif 

Roanoke, Va 

- Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, 111 



1940 



,504,277 

319,077 

101,389 
31,853 
44,541 
98,123 
57,865 
67,447 
58,010 
77,685 
37,154 
55,355 
63,083 

292,942 
39,494 

172,172 
28,012 

587,472 

492,370 
78,720 
39,807 
78,084 
8,006 
67,362 
49,720 
47,697 

167,402 

429,760 

110,341 
68,685 
47,638 

160,605 

494,537 
58,408 
69,873 

,454,995 
78,029 

144,332 
39,849 

302,163 
66,015 
43,688 

204,424 
13,254 

223,»44 
36,736 
81,864 
61,394 

139,656 
75,797 
37,449 

105,087 

,931,334 
65,414 
4,322 

671,659 
49,684 
66,626 
46,140 
73,643 

305,394 
50,745 

263,504 
52,162 
75,810 
67,195 
48,897 

110,568 
23,642 

193,042 
34,696 
69,287 

324,975 
84,637 



1950 



1,970,358 

369,129 
97,249 
71,747 
47,727 
99,738 
70,252 
96,056 
59,804 
82,732 
43,564 
51,502 
66,113 

396,000 
44,088 

249,276 
46,282 

637,392 

521,718 

129,009 
43,927 

106,525 
8,599 
71,899 
68,479 
48,429 

174,307 

438,776 

109,189 
73,726 

. 48,834 

164,443 

570,445 
59,725 
81,994 
7,891,957 
90,872 

213,613 
49,460 

384,575 
63,629 
57,112 

243,504 
15,819 

251,117 
52,367 

104,577 
57,702 

139,336 
81,436 
43,479 

111,856 
2,071,605 

106,818 
5,715 

676,806 
53,348 
73,681 
57,530 
77,634 

373,628 
80,039 

248,674 
63,685 
83,835 
71,193 
65,679 

109,320 
99,646 

230,310 
46,764 
91,921 

332,488 
92.927 



Cities Over 42,500 
and State 
Capitals 



Rock Island, 111 

Royal Oak, Mich. . . . 

Sacramento, Calif.. . . 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

*St. Paul, Minn 

St. Petersburg, Fla. . . 

:!« Salem, Ore 

*Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex. . . . 

San Bernardino, Cal.. 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

San Jose, Calif 

Santa Ana, Calif.. . . . 

Santa Barbara, Calif. 
*Santa Fe, N. Mex. . . . 

Santa Monica, Calif. . 

Savannah, Ga 

Schenectady, N. Y. . . 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa. . . . 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 

Somerville, Mass 

South Bend, Ind 

South Gate, Calif 

Spokane, Wash 

*Springfield, 111 

Springfield, Mass. . . . 

Springfield, Mo 

Springfield, Ohio. . . . 

Stamford, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

^Tallahassee, Fla 

Tampa, Fla 

Terre Haute, Ind. . . . 

Toledo, Ohio 

:i«Topeka, Kans 

*Trenton, N. J 

Troy, N. Y 

Tucson, Ariz 

Tulsa, Okla 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Union City, N. J. . , . 

Utica, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Waltham, Mass 

Warren, Ohio 

Warwick, R. I 

Washington, D. C... . 

Waterbury, Conn. . . . 

Waterloo, Iowa 

West Allis, Wis 

W. Palm Beach, Fla.. 

Wheeling, W. Va. . . . 

White Plains, N. Y... 

Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex. . . 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Williamsport, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Wilmington, N. C... . 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Woonsocket, R. I. . . . 

Worcester, Mass 

Yonkers, N. Y 

York, Pa 

Youn<rstowTi, Ohio. . . 



1940 



42,775 
25,087 

105,958 
82,794 
75,711 

816,048 

287,736 
60,812 
32,398 

149,934 
25,802 

253.854 
43,646 

203,341 

634,536 
68,457 
31,921 
34,958 
20,325 
53,500 
95,996 
87,549 

140,404 

368,302 
98,167 
82,364 
40,832 

102,177 

101,268 
26,945 

122,001 
75,503 

149,564 
61,238 
70,662 
47,933 
54,714 

205,967 

109,408 
18,240 

108,391 
62,693 

282,349 
67,833 

124,697 
70,304 
36,752 

142,167 
27,493 
56,173 

100,518 
55,982 
40.020 
42,837 
28,757 

663,091 
99,314 
51,743 
36,364 
33,693 
61,099 
40,327 

114,966 
45,112 
86,236 
44,355 

112,504 
33,407 
79,815 
49,303 

193,694 

142,598 
66,712 

167,720 



lANITAHY 1 NEW YEAR'S DAY: In all the State., Territorie. and Colonial i>oi.e..ioni. 
ANUARY : ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS: I. 
January „. birthday^ .„ a, F,.., Ca.. K... La.. M..... K. C . C. Te. Te. 

JANUARY 20 INAUGURATION DAY: Every four years in the Distnct of Columbia only. 
JANUARY 26. GEN. DOUGLAS MacARTHUR DAY: In Ark. , th t ^ T. 

Haw'aii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands. 
FEBRUARY 14. ADMISSION DAY: In Arizona. . • . r, 

FEBRUARY 22. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY: In all the States. Terntor.s and Possessions. 
MARCH 1. STATE DAY: In Nebraska. 
MARCH 2. TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY: In Texas. 
MARCH IS. ANDREW JACKSON'S BIRTHDAY: In Tennessee. 
MARCH 25. MARYLAND DAY: In that State. 
MARCH 30. SEWARD'S DAY: In Alaska. 

r>onn FRTT^AY- In Conn Del., Fla., 111., Ind., La., Md. Minn., N. J., rs. Uaic. ra., o. v-.. 

GOOD FRIDAY. 1? 2!^^^^ ^^^^^li, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands. 

APRIL 12. HALIFAX INDEPENDENCE RESOLUTION: In North Carolina. 

APRIL 13. THOMAS JEFFERSON'S BIRTHDAY: In Mo., Okla., Va. 

A.PRIL 19. PATRIOT'S DAY: In Me., Mass. 

APRIL 21. SAN JACINTO DAY: In Texas. 

APRIL 26. CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY: In Fla.. Ga., Miss. 

MAY 4. RHODE ISLAND INDEPENDENCE DAY: In that State. 

MAY 10. CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY: In N C. S. C. 

wVx. MOTHER'S DAY: Is observed but not a legal holiday. 

MA? o'mECKLeSbURG SIcLArItION OF INDEPENDENCE: In N. C. 

lo. DECORATION or MEMORIAL DAY: In all the States and Pos.e.s.on, except Ala. 
Ga., La., Miss., N. C, S. C. , . , t-, \if.. <; r Tf-r Va. 

TUNE 3. JEFFERSON DAVIS' BIRTHDAY: In Ark., Fla., Ga., Miss.. S. C, Tex.. Va. 
JUNE 3. CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY: In Ky.. Tenn. 
TUNE 11. KAMEHAMEHA DAY: In Hawaii. , • w j p. 

]UNE U. FLAG DAY: Is widely observed but a legal holiday only in Mo., and Pa. 
JUNE 15. PIONEER DAY: In Idaho. 
TUNE 20 WEST VIRGINIA DAY: In that State. 

juLY 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY: In all the States, Territories and Possession.. 
JULY 10. ADMISSION DAY: In Wyoming. 
JULY 24. PIONEER DAY: In Utah. 
AUGUST 1. COLORADO DAY: In that State. 

ATirTTCiT ir. BENNINGTON BATTLE DAY: In Vermont, ^ , ^ tt •• 

AUGUST 16. 15£^rMiNiiNOi.v.7 States, Alaska, Canal Zone, Hawaii, 

SEPTEMBER (First Monday). LABOR DAY. In aii Dia^e , 
^ Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands. 

SEPTEMBER 9. ADMISSION DAY: In California. 
SEPTEMBER 12. DEFENDERS' DAY: In Maryland. 

OCTOBER 4 MISSOURI DAY: In that State. , fj, Til 

Ser u. j^^^'^ii:^: jii;^^^ 

OCTOBER 18. ALASKA DAY: In Alaska. 

OCTOBER 31. ADMISSION DAY: In Nevada eleCTION DAY 

NOVEMBER ^uesday^after^lst^Monday^ 

Utah, Vt. 

NOVEMBER 1. ALL SAINTS' DAY: In Louisiana 
NOVEMBER 2. MEMORIAL DAY: In the Canal Zone. 

SovImBER 11. ARMISTICE DAY: In all States, Territories and Possessions. 
NOVEMBER 19. DISCOVERY DAY:^n Puerto Ri^ p,3, 
NOVEMBER (Fourth Thrusday). THAMKbOl viinvj 1 . 

DECEMBER 25."cHRISTMAS DAY: In all States. Territories and Possession. 



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49th Day — 316 days to follow 

















Friday. February 1 9. 1 954 



50th Day — 315 days to follow 





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Saturday, February 20, 1 954 



51st Day — 314 days to follow 





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Sunday, February 21,1 954 



52nd Day — 313 days to follow 





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Monday, February 22, 1954 



53rd Day — 312 days to follow 



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Tuesday, February 23, 1 954 



54th Day — 3 1 1 days to follow 





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Wednesday, February 24, 1 954 



55th Day — 310 days to tollow 





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Thursday, February 25, 1 954 



56th Day— 309 days to follow 





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Friday, February 26, 1 954 





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57th Day— 308 days to follow 





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Saturday, February 27, 1 954 



58th Day — 307 days to follow 





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Sunday, February 28, 1 954 





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59th Day— 306 days to follow 

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Special Data 




Monday, March 1 , 1 954 



60th Day — 305 days to follow 





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Tuesday, March 2, 1 954 



61st Day — 304 days to follow 





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Wednesday, March 3, 1 954 

62nd Day — 303 days to follow 





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Thursday, March 4, 1 954 



63rd Day — 302 days to follow 





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Friday. March 5, 1 954 

64th Day — 301 days to follow 





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Sunday, March 7, 1 954 



66th Day— 299 days to follow 





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Monday, March 8, 1 954 



67th Day— 298 days to follow 

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Tuesday, March 9, 1 954 



68th Day— 297 days to follow 





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Wednesday, March 1 0, 1 954 



69th Day— 296 days to follow 





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Thursday, March 11 , ] 954 



70th Day— 295 days to follow 





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Friday, March 1 2, 1 954 



71st Day— 294 days to follow 





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Saturday, March 1 3, 1 954 



72nd Day— 293 days to follow 





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Sunday, March 14, 1954 



73rd Day— 292 days to follow 





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Monday, March 15, 1954 





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74th Day — 291 days to follow 



Wednesday, March 1 7, 1 954 





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76th Day— 289 days to follow 



Thursday, March 1 8, 1 954 



77th Day— 288 days to follow 





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Friday, March 1 9. 1 954 



78th Day— 287 days to follow 





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Saturday, March 20, 1 954 



79th Day— 286 days to follow 





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Sunday, March 21.1954 





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80th Day— 285 days to follow 



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Monday, March 22, 1 954 



81st Day — 284 days to follow ^ 





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Tuesday, March 23, 1 954 

' 82nd Day — 283 days to follow 





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Wednesday, March 24, 1 954 



83rd Day — 282 days to follow 





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Thursday, March 25. 1 954 



84th Day— 281 days to follow 





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Friday, March 26. 1 954 



85th Day— 280 days to follow 





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Saturday, March 27, 1954 



86th Day— 279 days to follow 





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Monday, March 29, 1 954 



88th Day— 277 days to follow 





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Tuesday, March 30. 1 954 



89th Day— 276 days to follow 





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Wednesday, March 31. 1954 



90th Day — 275 days to follow 





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Special Data 



Friday, April 2, 1 954 



92nd Day— 273 days to follow 





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Saturday, April 3, 1 954 





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93rd Day— 272 days to follow 



Sunday, April 4, 1 954 



94th Day— 271 days to follow 





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Monday, April 5, 1 954 





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95th Day— 270 days to follow 



Tuesday, April 6. 1 954 



96th Day — 269 days to follow 





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Wednesday, April 7, 1 954 



97th Day— 268 days to follow 





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Thursday, April 8, 1 954 



98th Day— 267 days to follow 





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Friday, April 9, 1 954 





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99th Day — 266 days to follow 



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Saturday. April 1 0, 1 954 



100th Day— 265 days to follow 





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Monday, April 1 2, 1 954 



102nd Day— 263 days to follow 





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Tuesday. April 1 3, 1 954 



103rd Day — 262 days to follow 





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Wednesday, April 1 4, 1 954 

104th Day — 261 days to follow 



Thursday, April 15, 1954 



105th Day— 260 days to follow 





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Friday, April 16, 1954 

106th Day— 259 days to follow 





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Saturday, April 1 7. 1 954 



107th Day— 258 days to follow 





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Sunday, April 18, 1954 

108th Day— 257 days to follow 



Monday. April19. 1934 

109th Day — 256 days to follow 





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Tuesday, April 20, 1 954 



110th Day— 255 days to follow 





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Wednesday. April 21. 1954 

1 1 1th Day — 254 days to follow 



Thursday. April 22, 1 954 



112th Day— 253 days to follow 





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Friday, April 23. 1954 



113th Day— 252 days to follow 





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Saturday, April 24, 1 954 



114th Day — 251 days to follow 





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Sunday, April 25, 1 954 



115th Day— 250 days to follow 





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Monday, April 26. 1 954 



116th Day— 249 days to follow 





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Tuesday. April 27, 1954 



1 17th Day — 248 days to follow 





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Wednesday, April 28. 1 954 



118th Day— 247 days to follow 





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Thursday, April 29, 1 954 



119th Day— 246 days to follow 





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Friday, April 30, 1 954 



120th Day — 245 days to follow 





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Saturday, May 1 . 1 954 



121st Day — 244 days to follow 





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Sunday, May 2, 1 954 



122nd Day — 243 days to follow 





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Monday, May 3, 1 954 



123rd Day— 242 days to follow 





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Tuesday, May 4, 1 954 



124th Day — 241 days to follow 





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Wednesday, May 5, 1 954 



125th Day— 240 days to follow 





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Thursday, May 6, 1 954 





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126th Day— 239 days to follow 



Friday. May 7, 1 954 



127th Day— 238 days to follow 



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Saturcky, May 8, 1 954 





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128th Day— 237 days to follow 




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Sunday. May 9. 1 954 



129th Day — 236 days to follow 





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Monday, May 1 0, 1 954 



1 30th Day — 235 days to follow 

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Tuesday, May 11 , 1 954 



13 1st Day — 234 days to follow 





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Wednesday, May 1 2, 1 954 





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132nd Day — 233 days to follow 




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Thursday, May 1 3, 1 954 



133rd Day— 232 days to follow 





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Friday, May 1 4. 1 954 





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134th Day— 231 days to follow 



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Saturday, May 15, 1954 



135th Day— 230 ciays to follow 





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Sunday, May 1 6, 1 954 





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136th Day— 229 days to follow 



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Monday, May 17, 1954 



137th Day — 228 days to follow 





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Tuesday, May 1 8, 1 954 





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138th Day— 227 days to follow 



Wednesday. May 1 9, 1 954 



139th Day— 226 days to follow 





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Thursday, May 20, 1 954 



i40th Day — 225 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 





Friday. May 21. 1954 



141st Day — 224 days to follow 





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Saturday, May 22, 1 954 



142nd Day— 223 days to follow 





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Sunday, May 23. 1 954 



143rd Day — 222 days to follow 






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SNOV,/ 





Monday. May 24. 1 954 

144th Day— 221 days to ioliow 





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Tuesday. May 25, 1 954 



145th Day— 220 days to follow 





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Wednesday, May 26, 1 954 





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146th Day — 219 days to follow 



Thursday, May 27, 1 954 



147th Day — 218 days to follow 





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Friday, May 28. 1 954 





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148th Day— 217 days to follow 




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Saturday, May 29, 1 954 



149th Day — 216 days to follow 



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Sunday, May 30, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




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SNOW 



l?Oth Day — 215 days to follow 



Monday, May 3 1 . 1 954 



151st Day — 214 days to follow 





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Special Data 



Tuesday, June 1 , 1 954 



152nd Day— 213 days to follow 





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Wednesday, June 2, 1 954 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





153rd Day — 212 days to follow 




Thursday, June 3, 1 954 



154th Day — 211 days to follow 





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Friday. June 4, 1 954 



155th Day — 210 days to follow 





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Saturday, June 5, 1954 



156th Day — 209 days to follow 





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Sunday, June 6, 1 954 





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157th Day— 208 days to follow 



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Monday, June 7, 1 954 



158th Day— 207 days to follow 





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Tuesday, June 8, 1 954 





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CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





159th Day— 206 days to follow 




Wednesday, June 9. 1 954 



160th Day— 205 days to follow 





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Thursday, June 10, 1954 





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161st Day — 204 days to follow 



Friday, June 1 1 . 1 954 



162nd Day— 203 days to follow 





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Saturday, June 1 2, 1 954 





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163rd Day — 202 days to follow 



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Sunday, June 1 3, 1 954 



164th Day — 201 days to follow 





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Monday, June 1 4, 1 954 



165th Day — 200 days to follow 





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Tuesday, June 15, 1 954 



166th Day— 199 days to follow 





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Wednesday, June 16, 1 954 





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CLOUDY 




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SNOW 



167th Day— 198 days to follow 




Thursday, June 1 7, 1 954 



168th Day— 197 days to follow 





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Friday, June 1 8, 1 954 



169th Day — 196 days to follow 





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Saturday, June 1 9, 1 954 



170th Day— 195 days to follow 





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Sunday. June 20, 1 954 



171st Day — 194 days to follow 





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SNOW 



Monday. June 21. 1954 

172nd Day— 193 days to follow 



Tuesday, June 22, 1 954 



173rd Day— 192 days to follow 

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SNOW 




Wednesday, June 23, 1 954 



174th Day— 191 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAiN 




SNOW 




Thursday, June 24, 1 954 



175th Day— 190 days to follow 





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SNOW 



Friday, June 25, 1 954 



176th Day— 189 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 



Saturday, June 26, 1 954 



177th Day— 188 days to follow 





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SNOW 




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Sunday, June 27, 1 954 



178th Day— 187 days to follow 





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Monday, June 28, 1 954 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 



179th Day— 186 days to follow 



Tuesday. June 29. 1 954 



180th Day— 185 days to follow 





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Wednesday, June 30, 1 954 

181st Day — 184 days to follow 





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SNOW 




Special Data 



Thursday, July 1 , 1 954 





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182nd Day— 183 days to follow 



Friday. July 2, 1 954 



183rd Day— 182 days to follow 





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Saturday, July 3, 1 954 





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184th Day— 181 days to follow 



Sunday, July 4, 1 954 



185th Day— 180 days to follow 



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RAIN 




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Monday, July 5, 1954 



186th Day— 179 days to follow 





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Tuesday, July 6, 1 954 



187th Day— 178 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




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Wednesday, July 7, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




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188th Day— 177 days to follow 



Thursday, July 8, 1 954 



189th Day— 176 days to follow 





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Friday, July 9, 1 954 



190th Day — 175 days to follow 





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Saturday, July 1 0, 1 954 



191st Day— 174 days to follow 





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Sunday, July 1 1 . 1 954 



192nd Day— 173 days to follow 





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Monday, July 1 2, 1 954 



193rd Day— 172 days to follow 





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Tues<iay, July 13, 1934 



194m Day — 1"! days to icliow 



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Wednesday, July 1 4, 1 954 



195th Day— 170 days to follow 



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Thursday. July 1 5, 1 954 

196th Day — 169 days to follow 





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Friday, July 1 6. 1 954 



197th Day— 168 days to follow 



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Saturday, July 1 7, 1 954 



198th Day — 167 days to follow 





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SNOW 



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Sunday, July 1 8, 1 954 



199th Day — 166 days to follow 





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Monday, July 19. 1954 



200th Day — 165 days to follow 





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Tuesday, July 20, 1 954 



201st Day — 164 days to follow 





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Wednesday, July 21, 1954 



202nd Day — 163 days to follow 



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Thursday, July 22, 1 954 



203rd Day— 162 days to follow 





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SNOW 





^ /S-u,-^.^^ ^/aT^ ^^^^^^^^^^ 





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Friday. July 23, 1 954 



204th Day— 161 days to follow 





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Saturday, July 24. 1 954 



205th Day — 160 days to follow 





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Sunday. July 25. 1 954 





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RAIN 




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206th Day— n9 days to follow 




Monday, July 26, 1 954 



207th Day— 158 days to follow 






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Tuesday. July 27, 1 954 





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208th Day— 157 days to follow 




Wednesday, July 28. 1 954 



209th Day — 156 days to follow 





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Thursday, July 29. 1 934 




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Friday, July 30, 1 954 



211th Day — 154 days to follow 





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Saturday, July 3 1 . 1 954 





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212th Day— 153 days to follow 



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Sunday, August 1 , 1 954 



213th Day — 152 days to follow 





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Monday, August 1, 1 954 

214th Day — 151 days to follow 





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SNOW 



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Tuesday, August 3, 1 954 



215th Day — 150 days to follow 





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Wednesday, August 4, 1 954 



216th Day — 149 days to follow 





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SNOV/ 





Thursday, August 5, 1 954 





CLEAR 




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217th Day— 148 days to follow 



Friday, August 6, 1 954 



218th Day— 147 days to follow 





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Saturday, August 7, 1 954 





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219th Day — 146 days to follow 




let jy\a>6^tA^^^^ ' 




Sunday, August 8, 1 954 



220th Day— 145 days to Mow 



^^TV^-O^ /Q^M^^Xj:^ ^^^^-^--^^ 



^/TV^-o^ /O^C4^\jT' ^^^'^-^^-^^ 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 



Monday. August 9, 1 954 





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221st Day— 144 days to follow 



Vt^ yv^r■inn^J ' ^^^^^ ^ 




Tuesday, August 1 0, 1 954 



/Ucv 



222nd Day — 143 days to follow 





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SNOW 



^/U' .Vl'^<^ cxJTUi- \tXuMiJ2^ /XU^rtfty IjL.'yX^ ajf-ti-i-^LttX 



^Jlu^a^ Co 



Wednesday, August 11 . 1 954 



223rd Day — 142 days to follow 





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Thursday, August 1 2, 1 954 



224th Day — 141 days to follow 





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Friday, August 1 3, 1 954 





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225th Day— 140 days to follow 



Saturday, August 1 4, 1 954 



226th Day— 139 days to follow 





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SNOW 








Sunday, August 1 5, 1 954 





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227th Day — 138 days to follow 





Monday, August 1 6, 1 954 



228th Day — 137 days to follow 





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SNOW 





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Tuesday, August 1 7, 1 954 





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229th Day — 136 days to follow 



Wednesday, August 1 8, 1 954 

230th Day— 135 days to foUow 





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SNOW 





Thursday, August 1 9, 1 954 



23 1st Day — 1 34 days to follow 





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Friday, August 20, 1 954 



232nd Day — 133 days to follow 





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QyO-ynAJL' JLm^L^^Aj 4^C^(rryO L^M^J-^l^^l.--^^^ 




Saturday. August 2 1 , 1 954 



233rd Day — 132 days to follow 





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^^(riyrJ • ^AJ^oA^jnv Ola^^I dlA^QAJ. 




Sunday, August 22, 1 954 



234th Day — 131 days to follow 





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Monday, August 23, 1 954 



235th Day— 130 days to follow 





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SNOW 






n C^i-n^^ ^Jj^txAM/ ,^ry^t.uiA^ ^ £ajkJUa^cJl^ 




Tuesday. August 24, 1 954 



236th Day — 129 days to follow 





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Wednesday, August 25, 1 954 



237th Day — 128 days to follow 





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Thursday, August 26, 1 954 



238th Day — 127 days to follow 






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Friday, August 27, 1 954 



239th Day— 126 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



^/>U^ Oi>-x^tyi (i-^t^rK-e 1^1 ^ 



Saturday, August 28, 1 954 



240th Day — 125 days to foEow 





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Sunday, August 29, 1 954 



241st Day — 124 days to follow 





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Tuesday, August 31,1 954 



243rd Day — 122 days to folbw 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





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Special Data 



1 



Wednesday, September 1 , 1 954 





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244th Day — 121 days to follow 




Thursday, September 2, 1 954 



245th Day — 120 days to follow 





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Friday, September 3, 1 954 

246th Day — 1 19 days to follow 





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Saturday, September 4, 1 954 



247th Day — 118 days to follow 





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SNOW 






Sunday, September 5, 1 954 





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248th Day— 1 17 days to follow 




^^=^"<<-t^ ^/U^'tc^ 77i^itd*ur^ UhAA. ^e^u^- 



Monday, September 6, 1 954 



249th Day — 116 days to follow 





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Tuesday, September 7, 1 954 



250th Day— 1 1 5 days to follow 





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1 

Wednesday, September 8, 1 954 

25 1st Day — -114 days to follow 





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Thursday, September 9, 1 934 

252nd Day— 113 days to follow 



Friday, September 1 0, 1 954 



2y3rd Day — 112 days to follow 





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SNOW 



Saturday, September 11,1 954 





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254th Day— 1 1 1 days to follow 



Sunday, September 1 2, 1 954 



255th Day— 110 days to follow 





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Monday, September 1 3, 1 954 





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256th Day— 109 days to follow 



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Vtc^'-A^' ^^^^^ ct(>in^'3c 



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Tuesday, September 1 4, 1 954 



257th Day— 108 days to follow 





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SNOW 



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Wednesday, September 1 5. 1 954 



258th Day — 107 days to follow 





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SNOW 



3 2^ 



Thursday, September 1 6, 1 954 



259th Day— 106 days to follow 





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Friday, September 1 7, 1 954 



260th Day— 105 days to follow 





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Saturday, Seplembei 16, \ yj 



261st Day — 104 days to follow 





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RAiN 




SNOW 







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Sunday, September 1 9, 1 954 





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262nd Day — 103 days to follow 




Monday, September 20. 1 954 



263rd Day— 102 days to follow 






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RAIN 




SNOW 





Tuesday, September 2 1 . 1954 





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264th Day— 101 days to follow 



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Wednesday, September 22, 1 954 



265th Day— 100 days to follow 





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SNOW 





Thursday, September 23, 1 954 



266th Day — 99 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 





Friday, September 24, 1 954 



267th Day— 98 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



Saturday, September 25, 1954 



268th Day — 97 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 






TTl tJi 6^ ^^nit^ ^^^^^^^^ - 

5^ aCiOjL f CrjuuJ ail 



Sunday, September 26, 1 954 



269th Day— 96 days to follow 





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SNOW 




Monday, September 27, 1954 





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RAIN 




SNOW 



270th Day— 95 days to follow 



Tuesday, September 28, 1 954 



271st Day— 94 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






Wednesday, September 29. 1 954 



272nd Day — 93 days to follow 



CLEAR 



RAIN 



SNOW 




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Thursday, September 30, 1 954 



273rd Day— 92 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Special Data 



Friday, October 1 , 1 954 



274th Day— 91 days to follow 





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Saturday, October 2. 1 954 

275th Day — 90 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






Sunday, October 3, 1 954 



276th Day— 89 days to follow 






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SNOW 





Monday, October 4, 1 954 



277th Day— 88 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 





Wednesday, October 6, 1 954 





CLEAR 






CLOUDY 






RAIN 






SNOW 







279th Day — 86 days to follow 




Thursday, October 7, 1 954 

280th Day— 85 days to follow 



Friday, October 8, 1 954 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 



281st Day — 84 days to follow 



Saturday, October 9, 1 954 



282nd Day— 83 ckys to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





Sunday. October 1 0, 1 954 



283rd Day — 82 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAiN 




SNOW 





Monday, October 1 1 , 1 954 



284th Day— 81 days to follow 





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SNOW 





Tuesday, October 1 2, 1 954 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





285th Day— 80 days to follow 




Wednesday, October 1 3, 1 954 



286th Day— 79 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





Thursday, October 14, 1954 



287th Day — 78 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 



Friday, October 15, 1954 



288th DdLY—n days to follow 




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SNOW 





Saturday, October 1 6, 1 954 



289th Day — 76 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



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Sunday, October 1 7. 1 954 



290th Day — 15 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 









Monday, October 1 8. 1 954 



291st Day — 74 days to follow 



:_EAR 



CLCUDY 



SNCW 



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Tuesday, October 1 9, 1 954 



292nd Day— 73 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Wednesday, October 20, 1 954 



293rd Day— 72 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



}bo^ ijCtL<IUiym CityK^A^Li^ 



Thursday, October 21, 1954 



294th Day— 71 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



^* • ^J^^^i^^Jt^ /lAl^ juL^- ll^-^'^' 



Friday. October 22, 1 954 



295th Day — 70 days to follow 





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SNOW 





Saturday. October 23, 1 954 



296th Day — 69 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



Sunday. October 24, 1 954 



297th Day — 68 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






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Monday. October 25. 1954 



298th Day — 67 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



AlittZi / > ^ 



Tuesday. October 26. 1 954 





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299th Day — 66 days to follow 



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Wednesday, October 27, 1954 



300th Day— 65 days to follow 



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V/lct .^^X^ Le^i— 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





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Thursday, October 28, 1 954 





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SNOW 



301st Day — 64 days to follow 



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Friday, October 29. 1 954 



302nd Day— 63 days to follow 



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CLEAR 




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SNOW 





Saturday, October 30. 1 954 

303rd Day — 62 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





Sunday, October 3 1 , 1 954 



304th Day — 61 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



y.ctatA^ -Lt^ ^Q-U.^ 




Special Data 



Monday, November 1 , 1 954 



i05th Day— 60 days to follow 





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Tuesday, November 2, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





306th Day— 59 days to follow 




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Wednesday, November 3, 1 954 



307th Day— 58 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLCL'DY 




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SNOW 






Thursday, November 4, 1 954 



308th Day — 57 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






/L^ 0^ ^"f^ 



Friday, November 5, 1954 



309th Day — 56 days to follow 



Saturday, November 6, 1 954 



310th Day — 55 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





Sunday, November 7, 1 954 



3 1 Ith Day — 54 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAiN 




SNOW 





TyiMjf- 4r (Acui^ >t/<^ ^'cMr ^ 



Monday, November 8, 1 954 



312th Day — 53 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOU 


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RAIN 






SNOVI 





Tuesday, November 9, 1 954 



313th Day— 52 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



Wednesday. November 1 0. 1 954 



314th Day — 51 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 




Thursday, November 11,1 954 



3 1 5th Day — 50 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 




Friday, November 1 2. 1 954 



316th Day — 49 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 



Saturday, November 1 3, 1 954 



317th Day — 48 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 



Sunday, November 1 4, 1 954 



318th Day — 47 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 





Monday, November 1 5. 1 954 



319th Day — 46 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 



Tuesday, November 1 6, 1 954 



320th Day — 45 days to follow 





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SNOW 






Wednesday, November 1 7, 1 954 



321st Day — 44 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 




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Thursday, November 1 8, 1 954 



322nd Day — 43 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 




CO C^ X TOCtt /X 



Friday, November 1 9, 1 954 



323rd Day — 42 days to follow 





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RAIN 




SNOW 





Saturday, November 20, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



324th Day — 41 days to follow 



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Sunday, November 21, 1 954 



325th Day — 40 days to follow 





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SNOW 





Monday, November 22, 1 954 



326th Day — 39 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





Tuesday, November 23, 1 954 



327th Day — 38 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 







Wednesday, November 24, 1 954 



328th Day — 37 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Thursday, November 25, 1 954 



329th Day— 36 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 













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Friday, November 26, 1 954 



330th Day — 35 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



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Saturday, November 27, 1954 



331st Day — 34 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLCUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





P'- JL / 



Sunday, November 28, 1 954 



332nd Day — 33 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 




Monday, November 29, 1 954 



333rd Day — 32 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



Tuesday, November 30, 1 954 

334th Day — 31 days to follow 



Wednesday, December 1 , 1 954 

335th Day— 30 days to follow 



Thursday, December 2, 1 954 



336th Day — 29 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



Friday, December 3, 1 954 



337th Day — 28 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





J-f- AM::- /rC^ ^^W' 



Saturday, December 4, 1 954 



338th Day — 27 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





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Sunday, December 5, 1954 



339th Day— 26 days to follow 

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Monday, December 6, 1 954 



340th Day— 25 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





Tuesday, December 7, 1954 



341st Day — 24 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



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Wednesday, December 8, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





342nd Day — 23 days to follow 



Thursday, December 9, 1 954 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





343rd Day — 22 days to follow 



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Friday, December 1 0, 1 954 



344th Day — 21 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Saturday, December 11,1 954 



345th Day — 20 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



/^lii/l' l^-^-riia CaMyo. 



Sunday, December 1 2, 1 954 



346th Day — 19 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Monday, December 13, 1 954 





C-EAR 




CLCUDY 




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SNOW 





347th Day — 18 days to follow 



Tuesday, December 1 4, 1 954 



348th Day — 17 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 



Wednesday, December 15, 1 954 



349th Day — 16 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






Friday, December 1 7, 1 954 



351st Day — 14 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





Saturday, December 1 8, 1 954 



352nd Day — 13 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





Sunday, December 1 9, 1 954 



353rd Day— 12 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 






Monday, December 20, 1 954 

354th Day — 11 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



Tuesday, December 21, 1954 







CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





355th Day— 10 days to follow 



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Wednesday, December 22, 1 954 



356th Day — 9 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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SNOW 





Thursday, December 23, 1 954 



357th Day — 8 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 




1%^ fjl^CudJ C^^L/yiM^ CO 



Friday, December 24, 1 954 



358th Day — 7 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





Saturday, December 25, 1954 



359th Day — 6 days to follow 





CLEAR 




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RAIN 




SNOW 





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Sunday, December 26, 1 954 



360th Day — 5 days to follow 



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CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Monday, December 27, 1954 



361st Day — 4 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 





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Tuesday, December 28, 1 954 



362nd Day — 3 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 






F/A/B, ■^ie/jc^ ' 



Wednesday, December 29, 1 954 



363rd Day — 2 days to follow 





CLEAR 




CLOUDY 




RAIN 




SNOW 



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Thursday, December 30, 1 954 



364th Day — 1 day to follow 



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Friday, December 31, 1954 



365ch Day — La^t day 



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CALENDAR 1955 



JANUARY 



S M T W T F S 



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APRIL 



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7 

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3 

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7 
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6 
13 



2021 
2728 



7 

14 



1 

8 

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22 



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9 
16 
23 



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29 



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9 
16 
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16 
23 



293031 



2425 



1920 



26 



6 
13 



27 



NOVEMBER 



6 
13 



2021 
2728 



7 
14 



2 
9 
16 
23 



2930 



3 

10 
17 



242526 



5 

12 
19 



MARCH 



S M T W T F S 



6 
13 



7 
14 

2021 



1 

8 

15 

22 



2728293031 



2 

9 
16 
23 



3 
10 
17 



242526 



12 
19 



JUNE 



5 

12 



192021 



7 

14 



2627282930 



1 

8 
15 
22 



2 
9 
16 
23 



17 



18 



2425 



SEPTEMBER 











1 

8 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 





DECEMBER 



4 
11 
18 
25 



2021 



262728293031 



1 

8 

15 
22 



2 
9 
16 
23 



3 

10 
17 
24 



100-5050 



ueffe 

TY 



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